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Japan’s FamilyMart UNY Holdings is considering partnering with Charoen Pokphand Group and China’s Citic.FamilyMart, Citic, Charoen Pokphand, Circle K, Sunkus, Seven & I, 7-Eleven
Love, Bonito Singapore is venturing into brick and mortar at [email protected]
Line Friends characters arrive in the US tomorrow with a store at Times Square in New York City.
Jakarta shopping malls are still a promising business despite online retailing becoming popular, says Colliers International Group.
Muslim groups in Indonesia and Malaysia have urged a Starbucks boycott over the brand’s support for LGBT rights.
Dim Sum Delight, which runs Tim Ho Wan restaurants in Malaysia, has stopped trading.
A&W Restaurants is about to return to Singapore after 14 years, with plans to also open in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand.
Cassia Investments has partnered with fashion entrepreneur Alessandro Bastagli to acquire Shanghai Tang from Richemont.
All Indonesian 7-Eleven stores have been closed because of “limited resources” to keep them viable.
Alibaba Group’s share in Lazada has reached about 83 per cent after the e-commerce giant bought out all but one other investor.
Hooters Taiwan restaurant chain has opened its first outlet, in Taipei.
The Circle K rebranding is about to gain pace as the parent company puts new livery on 10,000 convenience stores.