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Jins Philippines has opened its first store – at SM Aura in Taguig City.
E-commerce will account for 31.4 per cent of total Asia-Pacific retail spending by 2020, predicts Mintel.
Upscale Tokyo cafe Omotesando Koffee will soon open in Bangkok.
Costco Japan says it plans to launch an online store next year.
Joyce Boutique Holdings reported another loss last financial year.
Japanese used-goods trading app Mercari is seeking to raise up to US$1.2 billion via an IPO to fund overseas expansion.
Don Don Donki Singapore has opened its second store at 100AM Mall on Tras Street in the CBD.
Guess Jeans is expanding its Farmers Market concept to global stores until the end of net month.
Large specialty stores like Daiso and Ikea may be subject to regular mandatory closings as part of a government study.
Pascal Martin explains why the world’s retail giants have chosen to make China the world’s new e-commerce battlefield.
Rakuten buys Curbside app which offers shoppers mobile ordering from brick-and-mortar stores for outside pickup.
Supreme and Nike team up for sneaker collection.