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Fast-casual eatery Treehouse restaurant in Hong Kong has been built using lead-free eco-cement and reclaimed wood.
Hong Kong permanent residents will receive a HK$10,000 cash handout from the government in coming weeks as the territory’s administration tries to boost the economy..
Private-equity businesses are among firms preparing bids to buy Hong Kong garment-label maker SML Group.
Hong Kong food-delivery service Deliveroo has doubled the ranks of virtual restaurants supplying meals through its platform to 200.
Hong Kong fashion group Bauhaus International says it will close up to 10 loss-making stores in Hong Kong.
Chow Tai Fook has completed a full acquisition of the luxury coloured-gem jewellery brand Enzo.
Hong Kong fashion brands management firm Global Brands Group says it will ban fur across its Calvin Klein and Allsaints clothing ranges.
Two retailers have been arrested for trying to profit from the coronavirus crisis after spot checks by Hong Kong Customs staff.
Luxury group Ralph Lauren Corp fears the coronavirus will reduce its March-quarter sales by between US$55 million and $70 million, due to falling store footfalls in Mainland China, South Korea and Japan.
The coronavirus is driving many Asian consumers to shop online – and it could mark the early stages of a long-term fundamental shift in the region’s retail industry.
Dr Adrian Cheng has taken the helm of New World Development’s Mainland China subsidiary as executive chairman.
Frites, the Belgian-themed beer-house chain in Hong Kong has launched two new branches – in North Point and Kwun Tong – taking its store count to six.