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Research by tech company Omnico has found that 97 per cent of Chinese theme-park visitors want to use futuristic technology when shopping.
Integrated developer Mitsui Fudosan Malaysia broke ground yesterday on the Mitsui Shopping Park LaLaport Kuala Lumpur.
Alibaba Group’s share in Lazada has reached about 95 per cent after the e-commerce giant bought out all but one other investor.
Kioda plans to open 300 stores in India by 2021 following a partnership with Franchise India.
The Circle K rebranding is about to gain pace as the parent company puts new livery on 10,000 convenience stores.
US franchise Anytime Fitness is the first gym group to join China’s growing franchise community, traditionally dominated by restaurants and retail outlets.
Strong e-business sales growth in China in the second quarter helped boost sales and gross profit for Giordano International.
Bags, watches and purses can be personalised at the new O Bag Malaysia store in Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Making its Southeast Asian debut, Max Fashion Malaysia has opened a store at IOI City Mall, Putrajaya.
Genting Simon has opened its second Genting Highlands Premium Outlets centre in Malaysia.
Squeezed margins eroded beauty retailer Sasa International profits in the last financial year.
Inditex sales measured in constant-currency terms increased by 12.5 per cent in the three months ended June 3.