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Hong Kong developer Kaisa Group Holdings failed to pay a HSBC loan last week, reports Fortune, leading some analysts to expect it will default on some of its international bonds tomorrow.

If it defaults on its $26-million bond issue, it will be the first time a Chinese developer hasn’t been able to pay its international investors.

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Home prices are falling in most Chinese cities, reports Fortune, so the potential Kaisa default could be the first of many.

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