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What is the Evergrande debt crisis and why does it matter for the global economy?

The Evergrande debt crisis: building a house of cards. Image: REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Alice Charles

Lead, Urban Transformation, World Economic Forum Geneva

Kalin Bracken

Lead, Real Estate, World Economic Forum

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Alice Charles Project Lead, Cities, Infrastructure and Urban Services Platform and Kalin Bracken Lead, Real Estate, World Economic Forum

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Chinese housing market slowdown is also a reason for Evergrande debt. Image: Statista

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