China Evergrande, the heavily indebted real estate developer, is facing a deepening crisis as its top executives come under investigation and the company suspends trading in its stocks. The troubled firm, which has nearly 110,000 employees, has been grappling with financial difficulties and disagreements with creditors. Evergrande’s current situation is causing concern among investors and is casting a shadow over China’s real estate market, which has already seen numerous defaults in recent years. The company’s problems are exacerbating the housing crisis that is threatening China’s economy. The turmoil surrounding Evergrande has also highlighted broader problems within China’s financial system, including unchecked borrowing, unregulated expansion, and poor corporate governance. The company’s inability to resolve matters with its lenders and the uncertainties surrounding its future are adding to pressure on policymakers in Beijing as they attempt to address the property crisis. With Chinese real estate stocks plummeting, homebuyers becoming cautious, and foreign investors losing faith in Chinese developers, China’s housing market is facing significant challenges.