Robert Stockdill - Inside Retail Asia

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Singapore 7-Eleven stores to become collection points

Lazada and Ninja Van have teamed up with the Singapore 7-Eleven to turn convenience stores into collection points.

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OneSiam and Air Asia lure Chinese shoppers to Bangkok

Bangkok’s three shopping centres grouped under the OneSiam brand, are collaborating with Air Asia to encourage more Chinese tourists to Thailand.

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New Look to exit China

Embattled UK fashion retailer New Look is to quite China, closing some 130 remaining stores.

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Habitat by Honestbee merges online and offline in technology testbed

Habitat by Honestbee in Pasir Panjang is billed as “the world’s first tech-integrated multi-sensory grocery and dining destination of its kind”.

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Superdry suffers from sizzling summer in Europe, US

Superdry says its profits will take a £10 million hit this year.

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US department store operator Sears succumbs to bankruptcy

Famous US department store operator Sears has finally succumbed to bankruptcy.

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Eu Yan Sang turns back to its heritage roots

Eu Yan Sang dates back to the 1800s, a heritage it is calling on to anchor a fresh, modern retail proposition in a burgeoning category.

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Raft of brands revealed for Jewel Changi mall

Visitors to Jewel Changi can expect a raft of brands making their airport debut – and several landing in Singapore for the first time.

Levis

Levi Strauss & Co Asia sales soar 30 per cent

Levi Strauss & Co Asia boosted operating income by 30 per cent in the latest quarter as sales rose 10 per cent and margins improved.

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Shake Shack Singapore launch confirmed

Shake Shack Singapore will make its debut in the new Jewel Changi complex currently under construction.

Sears

Sears has ‘lost the will to live’

Embattled US department store retailer Sears has reportedly hired advisors to prepare for a possible bankruptcy filing.

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Tencent and Hillhouse Capital invest in Miniso

Tencent and Hillhouse Capital have invested RMB1 billion (US$146 million) into fast-growing Chinese discount retailer Miniso.

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