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Kyoto-headquartered coffee chain % Arabica Coffee is to open its first store in Singapore.
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”.
Hong Kong-listed Yue Yuen Industrial’s revenue rose 7.2 per cent for the first half year.
Asia “continued to boom” for travel retailer Dufry in the first half of this year.
JD has introduced its unmanned store technology in a foreign market for the first time, opening the JD.ID X-Mart in Jakarta.
Puma is on a roll. Southeast Asia GM explains the secrets to the brand’s success in the region.
Bekraf, the Indonesian Creative Economy Agency, has opened a pop-up store to showcase Indonesian fashion startups.
Global research organisation IGD has reported that Asia’s large format retailers are set to grow 3.3 per cent a year to 2022.
Southeast Asian ride-hailing service Grab has reportedly invested in Indonesia-based online grocery service HappyFresh.
Carrefour Indonesia has sealed a deal with the Mosque Council to open up to 300 mini supermarkets.
US-headquartered eBay has bought out its partners in the Japanese e-commerce business Qoo10.
Grab has unveiled what it describes as Southeast Asia’s “first everyday superapp”, GrabPlatform.