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Japanese cosmetics brand Do-Best is looking at opportunities in the Philippines and broader Southeast Asia markets.
Esprit Holdings reports a “significant recovery” in turning around a HK$238 million loss to a net profit of HK$61 million.
McDonald’s China comes under attack from trade union groups in Hong Kong, mainland, despite doing nothing…
Chaps fashion has launched into Malaysia with an outlet at Pavilion Elite in Kuala Lumpur.
Brands have a faster way to reach shoppers in Singapore with the launch of Google Shopping Ads.
Swire plans to nearly double the size of its Qinyuan bakery business by 2020.
Asian home-furnishings brand Simply Modular has opened its first store in the Philippines.
Innisfree is launching in Indonesia in conjunction with Time International.
While Prada Asia sales fell 12 per cent for calendar year 2016, the company is positive once more in its outlook for the region.
Faberge, owned by UK emeralds and rubies mining company Gemfields, is the latest in a growing list of global luxury brands to enter India.
Hermes sales reached $5 billion in “difficult context” with Asia proving to be a solid market.
Shopping in-store still dominates in the Asia-Pacific apparel market, says research company YouGov.