The Chinese real estate group Evergrande is facing increasing protests. On Monday, about 100 investors stormed the struggling group’s headquarters, demanding repayment of their investments in overdue securities. In Guangzhou, angry homebuyers surrounded a local housing office, calling on Evergrande to resume construction of the homes. More protests against the real estate developer in other parts of the country were shared on social media platform Weibo, Bloomberg reports.
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