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Korean chain Zoo Coffee opens its largest outlet in the Philippines, at Ayala Vertis North.
South Korean convenience stores saw their sales soar as their national football team played its first game of the World Cup.
Hyundai Department Store in Seoul has opened a shop-in-shop that brings together Kelly Park and Démoo.
Memebox is relaunching its e-commerce business in the US after a year on hold.
Retail chain E-Mart starts selling products of 16 Korean SME companies in Singapore from June to August.
E-commerce will account for 31.4 per cent of total Asia-Pacific retail spending by 2020, predicts Mintel.
Speculation is growing about foreign retail brands planning to enter the once hermit state of North Korea.
Korean sandwich chain Isaac will open its first store in Singapore next month.
Despite a profit decline, Mulberry Group plans to form a JV to develop its business in South Korea.
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.
As more South Korean consumers opt to buy through websites, complaints related to direct foreign purchases are also rising.