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Aeon Mall plans ASEAN expansion

Japan’s Aeon Mall plans more shopping centres in Indonesia and Vietnam, and is also looking at possibilities in Laos, Myanmar and Thailand.

Southeast Asia eCommerce underperforming

A new report asks if Southeast Asia eCommerce can live up to its potential.

Southeast Asia eCommerce underperforming

A new report asks if Southeast Asia eCommerce can live up to its potential.

Disappointing year for Matahari PP

While the net income of Indonesian grocery retailer Matahari PP was below expectations, its revenue and sales for the year improved slightly.

eCommerce won’t dent Asian retail real estate demand

Growing online sales will not undermine demand for Asian retail real estate, according to the latest CBRE study of major international brands.

Indonesia is ASEAN eCommerce sleeping giant

Indonesia is the most-promising ASEAN eCommerce market, according to Hong Kong-based consultant Paul McKenzie.

Chinese falter in SMCP bid

A Chinese plan to buy out French fashion label owner SMCP has collapsed.

Singaporeans invest in Caffe Bene

Days after its launch, Singapore’s Hallyu Ventures has spent US$13.8 million to take a 38 per cent shareholding in South Korean coffee chain Caffe Bene, which has outlets in 14 countries.

Woodland looking at franchising

Indian footwear and outdoor gear brand Woodland is planning to open stores in China, Malaysia and Singapore along with franchising its brand in other markets.

Reebonz is celebrating seventh year

To mark its seventh year as an online platform for luxury items, Reebonz is holding online events, and offering special discounts (up to 90 per cent) until March 12. Based in Singapore, it has evolved from an eCommerce site into an online ecosystem that enables retailers and merchants to sell new and pre-owned luxury items across Asia Pacific region through platforms such as the Reebonz mobile app and Reebonz Marketplace. Reebonz has more than 300 staff and works across Australia, Hong Kong, I…

Charming Charlie to expand Asian network

Charming Charlie has opened its pink doors in the Philippines.

South Korean retailers eye overseas push

South Korean retailers, faced with cut-throat competition in the rapidly saturating domestic market, are turning their attention to overseas markets.