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% Arabica confirms Singapore launch

Kyoto-headquartered coffee chain % Arabica Coffee is to open its first store in Singapore.

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Metro Holdings Singapore retail sales decline

Metro Holdings’ Singapore retail business posted a 7.6 per cent decline in sales during the first quarter of this year amidst “difficult trading conditions”.


Retail outperforms manufacturing for Yue Yuen Industrial

Hong Kong-listed Yue Yuen Industrial’s revenue rose 7.2 per cent for the first half year.

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‘Boomtime’ in Asia for travel retailer Dufry

Asia “continued to boom” for travel retailer Dufry in the first half of this year.

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JD.ID X-Mart unmanned store opens in Indonesia

JD has introduced its unmanned store technology in a foreign market for the first time, opening the JD.ID X-Mart in Jakarta.

Philippe Le-Bretton Regional GM SE Asia at Puma

Puma chief talks about fakes, fast product cycles and a foray online

Puma is on a roll. Southeast Asia GM explains the secrets to the brand’s success in the region.

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Indonesian fashion startups pop up in Singapore

Bekraf, the Indonesian Creative Economy Agency, has opened a pop-up store to showcase Indonesian fashion startups.

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Asia’s large format retailers set for steady growth

Global research organisation IGD has reported that Asia’s large format retailers are set to grow 3.3 per cent a year to 2022.


Grab reported to take stake in HappyFresh

Southeast Asian ride-hailing service Grab has reportedly invested in Indonesia-based online grocery service HappyFresh.

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Carrefour Indonesia plans up to 300 mini stores

Carrefour Indonesia has sealed a deal with the Mosque Council to open up to 300 mini supermarkets.

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eBay completes Qoo10 acquisition

US-headquartered eBay has bought out its partners in the Japanese e-commerce business Qoo10.


Grab unveils ‘everyday superapp’ for Southeast Asia

Grab has unveiled what it describes as Southeast Asia’s “first everyday superapp”, GrabPlatform.


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