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Little clarity: A woman and child walking by a map showing Evergrande’s projects in China. The developer can still settle an overdue US$82.5mil (RM349.22mil) bond payment which has now reached the end of its grace period, but it has warned it might not. — AP

JUST three months after narrowly avoiding collapse, the world’s most indebted developer China Evergrande Group is teetering on the brink again and investors are still unclear how much or for how long the problems could reverberate.

With over US$300bil (RM1.69 trillion) of liabilities and more than 1,300 real estate projects, Evergrande has been the poster child of a property crisis in China this year that has already ripped down nearly a dozen smaller developers.

Evergrande could still pay an overdue US$82.5mil (RM349.22mil) bond payment which has now reached the end of its grace period, but it has warned it might not.

At a time of slowing property sales in China, a disorderly Evergrande default could accelerate financial stress across the property sector, said Logan Wright, director of China markets research for consultant Rhodium Group.

A resolution must account for billions of yuan due to contractors and suppliers.

“Right now there is very little clarity on the potential sources of this financing, even if there is more confidence that authorities will respond with some resolution to limit financial contagion,” Wright said.

Having narrowly avoided becoming China’s biggest default with 11th-hour payments at the end of a grace period in the last couple of months, Evergrande is once again back on the ledge.China Evergrande Hong Kong

But unlike a couple of month ago, the fallout has been broadly contained inside China and with policy makers in Beijing becoming more vocal and markets more familiar, the consequences of Evergrande’s troubles will be less widely felt, investors say.

Liqian Ren, a WisdomTree director who follows China, expects Evergrande will likely default.

Still, she pointed to Friday’s central bank statement, and other official statements like it, pledging Evergrande was an individual issue and long-term funding functions would not suffer.

“Contagion happens when you have something where nobody knows who owns what,” and events move quickly, she said.

Rather, she added, a default by Evergrande would look more like the case of HNA Group, whose restructuring plan was approved by creditors in October.

Tracy Chen, fixed-income portfolio manager for Brandywine Global Investment Management, also saw the broader risks of an Evergrande collapse as low.

“I think the systemic risk is very unlikely and regulators have been doing a decent job in making this what they call a ‘limited detonation’,” Chen said.


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