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China's indebted real estate giant Evergrande suspends shares in Hong Kong

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Baocheng Liu, director of the Centre for International Business Ethics at the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing, told Euronews that if Evergrande were to collapse, the "ripple effects are going to be huge".

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