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Chinese property development companies can potentially face debt crisis, analysis shows


Beijing, Sep 29 (EFE/EPA).- Founded in 1994, R&F Group is headquartered in Guangzhou, China, and is now a diversified conglomerate engaged in real estate development. Financial analysis shows that many Chinese property development companies can potentially face a debt crisis like the recent one with real estate developer Evergrande Group, which is struggling under huge debt. (Camera: WU HONG). SHOT LIST: R&F PLAZA AND R&F CENTER, IN BEIJING, CHINA.

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