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US concept restaurant Bruxie has gone international, launching a branch in South Korea.
Airlines and the Customs service oppose an Incheon Airport bid to provide duty-free shopping for arriving passengers.
In a turnaround from a 1.6 per cent drop in the first quarter, Giordano International had a 3.4 per cent rise in half-year group sales to HK$2.6 billion.
Transaction volumes were 13 times the previous 24-hour sales record for the Walmart-JD Omni-Channel Shopping Festival in China.
South Korea’s LF Corporation has introduced its casual-fashion brand Hazzys in Paris.
Korea’s Emart will launch a new brand, the Howdy discount store, at Starfield mall in Goyang next week.
E-commerce platform 11st in South Korea has posted a transaction record of US$3.7 billion for its first half.
Making its debut in China, Hanssem has opened a flagship store in Shanghai.
Citic Group has formally taken over the controlling interest in the McDonald’s franchise for China and Hong Kong.
Lotte Duty Free has pulled out of an airport in Jakarta after a failed bid to extend its contract.
With second-quarter sales rising by 14 per cent, Hugo Boss China shines for German luxury fashion house.
Under Armour Asia sales soared 89 per cent in the latest quarter to US$93.6 million as Chinese continued to embrace the sports brand.