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Chinese property developer Evergrande in major financial crisis

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Beijing, Sep 16 (EFE/EPA).- Chinese property developer Evergrande continued in major financial crisis Thursday after the company said Tuesday that its property sales would likely continue to drop significantly in September, resulting in a further deterioration of its cash situation, according to media reports. (Camera: WU HONG).B-ROLL OF THE EVERGRANDE NEW HOUSING DEVELOPMENT PROJECT IN BEIJING, CHINA.

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