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Fitch Downgrades Evergrande and Subsidiaries, Hengda and Tianji, to Restricted Default

The downgrades reflect the non-payment of coupons due 6 November 2021 for Tianji's USD645 million 13% bonds and USD590 million 13.75% bonds after the grace period lapsed...
The downgrades reflect the non-payment of coupons due 6 November 2021 for Tianji's USD645 million 13% bonds and USD590 million 13.75% bonds after the grace period lapsed...
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