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Global fashion online retailer Asos has seen profits tumble 68 per cent in the year to August, despite a 13-per-cent increase in sales.
Hong Kong retail sales crashed 23 per cent in August as extradition-bill protests saw stores shuttered and visitors staying away.
Suning.com plans to open more than 200 stores inside Carrefour China hypermarkets later this month.
Shopping malls in the Philippines are bucking international trends and are trading stronger than ever, says retail technology expert Nikki Baird.
Thanks to 5G, mobile communication is about to experience its greatest revolution in the 12 years since Apple invented the smartphone.
Beauty-products brand Crabtree & Evelyn halved its losses in the first half of the year as parent, Hong Kong-listed Nan Hai Corporation continued its move from offline to online.
High-performing travel lifestyle Tumi drove Samsonite Asia sales in the first half of this year, compensating for an unusual decline in the core Samsonite brand’s business regionally.
Malaysian department store operator Parkson has closed its store in Puchong just 18 months after it opened.
Fast-growing pure-play online fashion retailer Boohoo is preparing to acquire the Karen Millan and Coast brands.
Online fashion-retailer Asos reported sales growth beneath expectations for the four months to June, causing its share price to tumble 13 per cent overnight.
LVMH has bought a cornerstone share in Stella McCartney House.
Hong Kong retail sales will shrink by 5 per cent this year according to projections by PWC.