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US apparel retailer Abercrombie & Fitch suffered a 51-per-cent fall in sales in Asia Pacific as Covid-19 forced store closures across the region.
Hong Kong’s retail industry is facing “a crucial, life-and-death moment of survival” according to the city’s main retail body the HKRMA.
Hong Kong’s Landmark mall has launched the city’s first luxury “e-chat shopping” service on its mobile app.
Hong Kong-headquartered supply-chain solutions company Li & Fung has formally delisted, ending 28 years as a public company.
Covid-19 has accelerated key underlying global retail trends that were already reshaping the industry according to a new report by KPMG.
The husband-and-wife founders of cosmetics retailer Bonjour Holdings have stepped back from their senior leadership roles, effective immediately.
Hong Kong shoe retailer Le Saunda has reported yet another annual loss – of US$4.28 million – as a “super-cold winter” hit Hong Kong’s retail sector.
US apparel company VF Foundation has supported garment workers affected by factory shutdowns in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Local and tourist favourite sandwich maker Hung Rui Chen will be opening a flagship store in Hong Kong this August.
Luxury fashion label Burberry was delivering solid growth in sales last year – until Covid-19 stopped the momentum in its tracks.
Popular Thai tea brand ChaTraMue is expanding its footprint in Hong Kong with two new stores about to open in the territory.
In these unprecedented times of globally enforced shutdowns and social distancing, Hong Kong retailers are experiencing a record drop in sales as travel restrictions keep tourists away and fears of the coronavirus cause shoppers to avoid shopping centres.