Those moves have boosted investor sentiment towards Chinese property stocks in the last couple of days, with Evergrande stock rising as much as 17 percent on Wednesday.
Evergrande's troubles first surfaced in the summer when it made clear how heavily leveraged the firm had become.
A slowdown in the Chinese real estate sector, which accounts for a significant proportion of the country's economic output, could have ripple effects on global growth.
But its default will do little to calm investor nerves.
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China Securities Journal reported that were among those which attended.