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G-III Apparel taking DKNY, Donna Karan to China

DKNY and Donna Karan are heading to China via a JV between G-III Apparel Group and Amlon Capital.

Chinese shoemakers ordered to pay New Balance $1.4 million

Three Chinese shoemakers sued by New Balance have been ordered by a Suzhou court to pay the US sportswear company US$1.5 million.

Record first-half sales for Samsonite International

Samsonite International had record half-year net sales of US$1.5 billion, an increase of 31.8 per cent.

Hong Kong retail landlords ‘ready to negotiate’

Hong Kong retail landlords are expected to be more flexible with leases as the market recovers, according to Knight Frank.

Turnover dips as Ajisen (China) under pressure

While half-year turnover dipped 2.5 per cent for Ajisen (China) Holdings, its core profit grew 36 per cent.

Sales up 263 per cent for Suning’s 8.18 Shopping Festival

Online sales shot up 263 per cent while offline sales grew 107 per cent in Suning’s 8.18 Shopping Festival.

Hong Kong retail landlords ‘ready to negotiate’

Hong Kong retail landlords are expected to be more flexible with leases as the market recovers, according to Knight Frank.

Sales up 263 per cent for Suning’s 8.18 Shopping Festival

Online sales shot up 263 per cent while offline sales grew 107 per cent in Suning’s 8.18 Shopping Festival.

CapitaLand links with Alibaba, Lazada Singapore

CapitaLand is advancing its omni-channel strategy in alliances with Lazada Singapore and Alibaba Group in Shanghai.

CapitaLand links with Alibaba, Lazada Singapore

CapitaLand is advancing its omni-channel strategy in alliances with Lazada Singapore and Alibaba Group in Shanghai.

First-half revenue dip for Cosmo Lady

In a challenging market, Cosmo Lady had a 6 per cent dip in first-half revenue to about RMB2.07 billion.

First-half revenue dip for Cosmo Lady

In a challenging market, Cosmo Lady had a 6 per cent dip in first-half revenue to about RMB2.07 billion.