GT Online:Suspensión colectiva repentina del comercio de Evergrande

GT Online:Suspensión colectiva repentina del comercio de Evergrande

El Grupo Evergrande, incluyendo China Evergrande, Evergrande Property Service Group y China Evergrande New Energy Vehicle Group suspendieron su cotización en la Bolsa de Hong Kong
GT Online: Sudden Collective Suspension of Evergrande’s Trading

GT Online: Sudden Collective Suspension of Evergrande’s Trading

Evergrande's three major companies suspended from trading on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange for not releasing financial reports on time
Broadcast|Communist China Faces Economic Crisis

Broadcast|Communist China Faces Economic Crisis

On March 15th local time, according to media reports, the Hong Kong Hang Seng Index fall by more than 5% again to the point below the support level of 20,000, and continued to decline after the market close.
Communist China Faces Economic Crisis

Communist China Faces Economic Crisis

On March 15th local time, according to media reports, the Hong Kong Hang Seng Index fall by more than 5% again to the point below the support level of 20,000, and continued to decline after the market close. Miles Guo said in his Getter post that one of his friends sent him a big thanks for Miles' early warning so he was able to withdraw his funds before the stock market collapse.
Evergrande President Xia Haijun Has Cashed out US$300 Million Before the Company’s Debt Crisis

Evergrande President Xia Haijun Has Cashed out US$300 Million Before the Company’s Debt Crisis

According to the information disclosed by Hong Kong Stock Exchange on February 9, Xia Haijun, the vice chairman and president of China Evergrande Group, sold the firm’s bonds with a face value of US$128 million before the company fell into debt crisis last year. At the same time, Xia Haijun sold Evergrande shares that were worth US$184 million. The two total cash-out was USD$300 million.
Miles Guo’s broadcast highlights summary 3.1

Miles Guo’s broadcast highlights summary 3.1

To take revenge on United States for the boycott, Evergrande defaulted on interest rate payment, causing losses to US investment firms.
Miles Guo’ s 29th 2021 broadcast highlights summary(2)

Miles Guo’ s 29th 2021 broadcast highlights summary(2)

Evergrande will go bankrupt soon.
El Partido Comunista Chino anuncia un crecimiento del 8,1% del PIB a pesar del contexto desfavorable

El Partido Comunista Chino anuncia un crecimiento del 8,1% del PIB a pesar del contexto desfavorable

Los medios de comunicación amurallados informaron el día 17 de enero de que la Oficina Nacional de Estadística del Partido Comunista Chino había anunciado un aumento real del PIB del 8,1% para 2021, añadiendo que se trataba del segundo mayor aumento desde el 9,6% de 2011. Esto también ha hecho que muchas voces cuestionen la falsificación del PCCh.
GT Online:   Another Listed Company Implicated by              Evergrande to Lose of 1.8 Billion

GT Online: Another Listed Company Implicated by Evergrande to Lose of 1.8 Billion

Listed company Wenke Garden loses 1.8 billion due to unpaid bills from Evergrande
Evergrande 2021 Revenue Down Nearly 39%

Evergrande 2021 Revenue Down Nearly 39%

On January 4, Evergrande announced its overall revenue for the year 2021 amounted to RMB443 billion.
Broadcast|Evergrande’s Shenzhen Building Removed its Signboard

Broadcast|Evergrande’s Shenzhen Building Removed its Signboard

On January 10th, Evergrande evacuated its Shenzhen headquarter and removed its signboard. They surrendered its lease and moving back to Guangzhou in December last year. Earlier information revealed that it has messily emptied the Shenzhen headquarter since last November, two month after news of their crash.
China’s Property Sector Crisis Has Worsened Further

China’s Property Sector Crisis Has Worsened Further

01/11/2022 China's property sector crisis has worsened further. Reports say that another property giant Shimao Group has to put all of its projects up for sale while Evergrande attempts to avoid another high-profile default
L’Evergrande Shenzhen Building demolì il cartello e evacuò frettolosamente Shenzhen

L’Evergrande Shenzhen Building demolì il cartello e evacuò frettolosamente Shenzhen

Il 10 gennaio, Evergrande era stata evacuata dall'edificio del quartier generale di Shenzhen e l'insegna del "Gruppo Evergrande" al piano superiore era stata rimossa. Secondo le persone che hanno familiarità con la questione, Evergrande Group si è ritirato dall'edificio nel dicembre dello scorso anno e ha trasferito la sua sede a Guangzhou. In precedenza, qualcuno ha dato la notizia sui social media che a novembre, 2 mesi dopo il temporale di Evergrande, il suo quartier generale di Shenzhen aveva già visto persone andare all'edificio, una scena di caos.
Evergrande’s Shenzhen Building Removed its Signboard

Evergrande’s Shenzhen Building Removed its Signboard

On January 10th, Evergrande evacuated its Shenzhen headquarter and removed its signboard. They surrendered its lease and moving back to Guangzhou in December last year. Earlier information revealed that it has messily emptied the Shenzhen headquarter since last November, two month after news of their crash.
Evergrande-Gebäude in Shenzhen entfernt Beschilderung in Panik-Evakuierung aus der Stadt

Evergrande-Gebäude in Shenzhen entfernt Beschilderung in Panik-Evakuierung aus der Stadt

Am 10. Januar zog sich Evergrande aus dem Gebäude des Hauptsitzes in Shenzhen zurück, und das Schild mit der Aufschrift "Evergrande Group" im Obergeschoss wurde entfernt.
Broadcast|Evergrande suspends trading of shares in Hong Kong at the beginning of the New Year

Broadcast|Evergrande suspends trading of shares in Hong Kong at the beginning of the New Year

Early morning on January 3rd in Hongkong, Evergrande suddenly suspended trading at the opening of Hongkong stock exchange.
Broadcast|39 Illegal Buildings on Evergrande Haihua Island Shall Be Demolished Within 10 Days

Broadcast|39 Illegal Buildings on Evergrande Haihua Island Shall Be Demolished Within 10 Days

At the beginning of 2022, Evergrande suffered another major blow. On January 1st, the network media exposed that 39 buildings of Evergrande on Haihua island in Hainan were judged as “illegal buildings” and is required to be demolished within 10 days.
Chinese Estates Holdings Limited di Hong Kong investe in Evergrande e perde un miliardo di dollari

Chinese Estates Holdings Limited di Hong Kong investe in Evergrande e perde un miliardo di dollari

Il 7 gennaio, ora locale, Chinese Estates Holdings Limited ha annunciato alla Borsa di Hong Kong che entro la fine dello scorso anno il gruppo aveva realizzato perdite per circa un miliardo di dollari nel suo investimento in China Evergrande Group, e Le perdite non realizzate sul bilancio aziendale si avvicinano ai 400 milioni di dollari.
Il fatturato 2021 di Evergrande scende di quasi il 39% su base annua

Il fatturato 2021 di Evergrande scende di quasi il 39% su base annua

Il 4 gennaio, Evergrande ha annunciato la situazione generale delle sue entrate per l'intero anno 2021. L'annuncio mostra che le entrate totali di Evergrande sono di soli 443 miliardi di yuan. Questi dati non solo sono lontani dal raggiungere l'obiettivo fissato da Evergrande all'inizio del 2021, ma sono anche crollati di quasi il 39% rispetto alle entrate totali nel 2020.
01/04  Daily Broadcast|Evergrande’s Haihua Island was ordered to be demolished and its stock has been suspended

01/04 Daily Broadcast|Evergrande’s Haihua Island was ordered to be demolished and its stock has been suspended

The Chinese Communist Party Evergrande is currently the world’s most indebted real estate developer. It is working hard to repay the official debt of more than 300 billion U.S. dollars, including nearly 20 billion U.S. dollars in offshore bonds. Last month, the company failed to repay the interest on the debts due, causing rating agency to declare cross default. Just last Tuesday, Evergrande did not pay the $255 million in interest on its due debt.
GTV News Talk Briefing|Evening, Jan. 4, 2022

GTV News Talk Briefing|Evening, Jan. 4, 2022

OneAmerica Insurance CEO Says Death Rate Among 18-64 Year Olds Up 40%. HBO VICE reporter Isobel Yeung describes Teng Biao as a "human rights lawyer who fights for democracy and freedom for Chinese people" and presents Teng Biao's one-sided allegations against Mr. Guo as factual statements. Quebec will impose a vaccine tax on unvaccinated people. New York State considers giving "non-whites" priority access to treatment. New Omicron symptom: night sweats. Evergrande suspended again. Communist China's e-commerce experts receive back tax bill.