By Doug Young & Rene Vanguestaine

A Hong Kong judge has ordered embattled developer Evergrande to liquidate after it failed to reach a debt restructuring deal with its foreign creditors. But will Beijing play ball? And China’s private airlines flew into the black last year with big profits on a wave of “revenge travel,” but big state carriers continued to post massive losses. What’s behind this “Tale of Two Airline Types”?

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