[SHANGHAI] China's debt-laden developers are facing a cash-crunch as the coronavirus outbreak brings the property market to its knees.

CHINA Evergrande Group, the third-largest developer by sales in the country, said on Sunday that it will give a 25 per cent discount for all its properties on sale from Feb 18 to Feb 29.

[BEIJING] China Evergrande Group , the third-largest developer by sales in the country, said on Sunday that it will offer 25 per cent discount for all properties on sales from Feb 18 to Feb 29....

[SHANGHAI] The hit to China's property market from the coronavirus outbreak could be shortlived, with analysts saying any initial plunge in home sales will probably be made up for later due to...

[SHANGHAI] China's third-richest man is set to get a 18.7 billion yuan (S$3.67 billion) cash windfall.

CHINA Evergrande Group, the property developer with dreams of becoming an electric-car powerhouse, is finding it has picked an inopportune time to load up on debt.

[SHANGHAI] China Evergrande Group, the property developer with dreams of becoming an electric-car powerhouse, is finding it's picked an inopportune time to load up on debt.

[HONG KONG] Donald Trump once called himself the "king of debt.'' Hui Ka Yan, China's richest property mogul, has a much stronger claim to the throne.

[SHANGHAI] Hui Ka Yan, China's second-richest man, has 17 billion reasons to keep him awake at night.