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Evergrande headquarters in Hong Kong seized

The Evergrande headquarters in Hong Kong was seized by a lender. The over-indebted real estate group had defaulted on a loan and failed to sell the building despite giving notice. A receiver is now to take over the building on behalf of the lender and force a sale, the Financial Times reports. The building is valued at $1.2 billion, according to the report.

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