A Chinese court has frozen assets of an Evergrande subsidiary worth about $100 million. The decision follows a lawsuit filed by state-owned Shanghai Construction against Evergrande, Reuters reported. The real estate developer had failed to pay overdue construction fees to Shanghai Construction. In a second court case, an additional $57 million had been frozen, Shanghai Construction announced.
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