Global financial markets have been on high alert as cash-strapped Chinese property giant Evergrande faces several key tests in the coming days.
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The world's most indebted real estate developer is facing a series of deadlines for bond interest payments, totalling tens of millions of dollars.
The company has been taking steps in recent weeks to raise the money it owes to customers, investors and suppliers.
What does Evergrande do?
Businessman Hui Ka Yan founded Evergrande, formerly known as the Hengda Group, in 1996 in Guangzhou, southern China.
Evergrande Real Estate currently owns more than 1,300 projects in more than 280 cities across China.
The broader Evergrande Group now encompasses far more than just real estate development.
Its businesses range from wealth management, making electric cars and food and drink manufacturing. It even owns one of country's biggest football teams - Guangzhou FC.
Why is Evergrande in trouble?
Evergrande expanded aggressively to become one of China's biggest companies by borrowing more than $300bn.
Last year, Beijing brought in new rules to control the amount owed by big real estate developers.
The new measures led Evergrande to offer its properties at major discounts to ensure money was coming in to keep the business afloat.
Now, it is struggling to meet the interest payments on its debts.
This uncertainty has seen Evergrande's share price tumble by around 80% this year. Its bonds have also been downgraded by global credit ratings agencies.