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BHG Retail Real Estate is seeking to purchase has proposed to acquire 58,348sqm Beijing outlet mall Badaling Outlets for SGD455 million (US$333.3 million).
Budget smartphone brand Realme continues its offline expansion in the Philippines with a new flagship store in Iloilo City.
All 22 SaSa Singapore stores are to be closed down as the Hong Kong-headquartered parent calls an end to six years of ongoing losses in the city.
Hong Kong-listed fashion retailer Esprit has announced a joint venture business to take over the marketing and retailing of its products in Mainland China.
Hong Kong activewear firm Xtep will open new locations in five Indian cities by the end of next year.
Hong Kong-listed jeweller Luk Fook has seen its sales slump by 19.8 per cent in the September half as protests, the trade war and the Renminbi’s value kept mainland tourists away.
Declining Mainland Chinese visitors to Hong Kong have put a dent in Dickson Concepts’ sales and profit in the first half of its fiscal year.
A new Starbucks China staff benefits programme has been launched, with a range of support options for employees who have served two years.
L’Oreal Travel Retail Asia Pacific has launched US-based professional skincare brand SkinCeuticals into the Asian travel-retail market.
China’s retail industry saw a rise of 33.3 per cent in overall deal activity during the third quarter, when compared with the previous four-quarter average, according to GlobalData’s deals database.
Chinese smartphone brand OnePlus has launched an experience store in Coimbatore, India.
Cafe de Coral Group sacrificed margin to maintain sales in the first half of this year, resulting in a 34.5-per-cent decline in profit attributable to shareholders.