The land planning authority in the southwestern city said it was taking control of the plots, totaling over 300,000 square meters, as Evergrande had not developed them after holding them for over a decade.
The notices on the two plots, posted by the authority on Dec. 17, followed the same move by the Haikou city authority early last week, taking back a plot without compensation in the country’s island province of Hainan.
The Chinese regime is calling the shots at Evergrande after the real estate giant missed payments on two overseas bonds, triggering a restructuring to deal with its more than $300 billion in liabilities.
Its EV unit China Evergrande New Energy Vehicle Group also said late last month it had returned undeveloped lands for seven projects worth a total of 1.3 billion yuan ($203.87 million) to the Chinese regime.
Shares of Evergrande fell 9.9 percent on Monday to HK$1.46, a fresh low.
S&P downgraded Evergrande on Friday to “selective default” after the firm missed a debt payment deadline earlier this month, putting the developer at risk of becoming the country’s biggest defaulter. Fitch has already downgraded the developer to “restricted default”.
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