Robert Stockdill - Inside Retail Asia
It sounds like an April Fools’ Day joke – but it’s not: Lidl has signed Heidi Klum.
The revamped Central Embassy in Bangkok has been unveiled, its owners evidently conceding it miscalculated its original market positioning.
Thailand’s retail industry is showing small signs of resurgence.
The rapidly rising ranks of Korean singles is driving huge changes in the country’s retail industry.
The dramatic rise of Macau retail may have tapered off after a decade of staggering growth, but mall operators remain optimistic.
US department store Sears has admitted overnight it’s ongoing survival is unlikely.
Miniso Singapore says it believes the city can sustain 46 stores.
UK high street fashion retailer French Connection has posted its fifth consecutive annual operating loss.
Jimmy Choo Asia sales soared 19.2 per cent last year, according to its annual results.
Laser clinic and skincare retailer Skin Laundry plans to launch in Japan and Korea this year as its Hong Kong network grows.
One in four Crocs stores will be closed globally as the maker of the world’s ugliest shoes plots a survival plan.
Tesco enters Pakistan in a trial listing of private-label products through four Alpha Supermarket stores and 50 Express c-stores.