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28 April 2017 By Quentin Webb

The Chinese property developer spent over $800 mln buying back shares in the last month, pushing its free float down as low as it could go. That may help ease a planned backdoor listing in Shenzhen. It is also fresh evidence of Evergrande’s financial aggression.

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