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Capitaland has opened a 235,000sqm Raffles City mall in Chongqing – the first stage of a 1.12 million sqm megastructure in the Chinese city.
By next year, more than 1 million motor vehicles will have been sold online, according to research from Frost & Sullivan.
Singapore brands from the beauty, health and lifestyle sectors are about to gain additional exposure in Mainland China.
Le Saunda CEO Cheng Wang has resigned and will leave the company on October 16.
Luxury jeweller Tiffany & Co is planning to open a Blue Box cafe in Shanghai as well as the one earlier announced in Hong Kong.
A new bookstore in Shanghai’s Minhang District has been featured on designboom.com for its remarkable design.
Alibaba has confirmed it will buy NetEase’s Kaola for about US$2 billion, a deal widely predicted last month.
Daigou buyers from Australia have been locked out of one China’s fastest-growing online malls.
Chinese discount merchandise chain Miniso says it expects to have 100 stores trading in Australia by the end of next year.
Timepiece brand Blancpain has opened its largest store yet in China in Beijing.
Chinese tea chain Heytea will open a new store at Westgate, Singapore on Saturday.
Sinsian Black Jelly is making a play in China’s growing health food industry from its Liangmaqiao store in Beijing, which opened earlier this year.