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Osaka-based drugstore Maruya has made its international debut in Hong Kong with its first store in Sheung Shui, a prominent ‘border town’ notorious for parallel traders.
Hong Kong on-demand delivery startup Lalamove and travel-activities booking-platform Klook have collaborated in a new express food-delivery service.
Hong Kong food-delivery companies, Deliveroo and Foodpanda, have joined WWF’s Plastic Action Initiative (PACT) to help reduce single-use plastics.
Property developer Hongkong Land has reported a 4-per-cent rise in underlying profit to a record US$1.076 billion for last year – but warned that the advent of the coronavirus outbreak will dent results this year.
HKTV Mall has achieved its highest monthly turnover of its six years of operations in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
Tough trading conditions in Hong Kong have dulled the impact of Dairy Farm International’s transformation programme, despite solid sales growth in other markets.
More than half of Hong Kong e-commerce businesses want to develop new offshore markets, according to a whitepaper released by e-commerce platform creator Shopline.
Hong Kong retail landlords will face pressure to reduce rental rates throughout the year as leases come up for renewal, says Wharf Real Estate Investment Company chairman and MD Stephen Ng.
The coronavirus outbreak has substantially altered forecasts for Asia-Pacific duty-free sales this year, according to research firm GlobalData.
Upcycling fashion label The R Collective has unveiled a new campaign highlighting the advances in sustainability through its upcycling projects across Asia.
This year’s Retail Asia Conference & Expo (RACE) has been postponed in line with government efforts to control and limit the spread of the Novel coronavirus.