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Hong Kong-headquartered Dairy Farm sales surged by 13 per cent in the first half of the year to US$13.8 billion.
In Asia’s burgeoning coffee culture, design has become a key means for Starbucks to create a point of difference from rival chains.
Luxury brand owner LVMH has reported a solid 15 per cent increase in sales in the first half of this year, shrugging off gloomy consumer sentiment in many markets.
A September launch date has been revealed for Fenty Beauty in Hong Kong, along with Macau and South Korea.
Giordano International is set to report a second successive quarter of heavy sales decline.
Chinese apparel retailer China Dongxiang is reaping rewards from a sharper focus online as second-quarter sales rose by the mid-single digits.
Dickson Concepts has revealed details of the termination of its licence to sell Tommy Hilfiger products in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Singapore and Malaysia.
The DFS x Dior Summer Party pop-up experience, celebrating the arrival of summer, kicks off in Macau through to July 31.
Luk Fook will add at least 150 stores in Mainland China this year as it looks to mitigate falling sales in Hong Kong.
Oriental Watch’s sales fell by 15.7 per cent last year – but the company’s bottom line was only minimally affected in part due to reduced rents.
The Tse Sui Luen store network grew by 56 during the year, to reach 473.
Same-store sales by watch retailer City Chain improved last year – but parent Stelux Holdings still recorded a loss of US$4.4 million.