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L’Oreal Asia now sells more products than the company’s home European division.
Toy retailer Hamleys is set to have its fourth owner in 15 years since it was taken private by an Icelandic investor.
Amazon China is about to stop selling local goods to local shoppers.
Alibaba’s Tmall has launched a dedicated gateway for customers to discover new products through the Taobao mobile app.
The Asian grocery market will generate US$4.264 trillion of sales by 2023 – almost the same as Europe and North America combined.
Gome outlets are set to be opened inside Carrefour hypermarkets across China.
The new premium Future You store concept is to be launched initially in a series of stores in Beijing
AS Watson Group MD Dominic Lai talks to Inside Retail Asia about how merging online and offline is key to growth.
Heavy discounting necessary to offload winter stock has hit Uniqlo sales.
Japanese beauty portal Istyle has launched an @Cosme flagship store on Chinese e-commerce platform Tmall.
China’s coffee craze has gained pace with the growth rate in consumption on premise 25 per cent higher last year.
Doc’s Barbershop has opened in Chengdu, a stunning retail space that also features a cocktail bar.