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Japanese fast-food restaurant group Yoshinoya Holdings has established a wholly owned subsidiary in India.
Online retail sales in China are rising faster than previously predicted; likely to surpass US$1 trillion this year, says Forrester.
Indian custom-clothing brand Creyate plans to open stores in Singapore, the US, UK and Dubai after a successful foray into Japan.
Indian fashion brand Alcis Sports plans to add 15 exclusive brand outlets in metro areas by year’s end.
Ted Baker India is about to launch its first store for India, in the Chanakya Mall in New Delhi.
Samsonite Asia sales lept 16 per cent last year, driven by the acquisition of Tumi.
GNC India plans to available at 4000 retail stores by 2020.
Japanese confectionery and chocolatier chain Morozoff has opened its first Dubai store.
Shoppers in emerging economies want a more luxury, personalised shopping service via mobile, Worldpay research reveals.
L’Oreal reports “spectacular” growth for last year, particularly in Asia.
H&M India has upped its turnover 94.5 per cent for the year to the end of November.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has removed the need for a federal approval of foreign single-brand retailers entering India.