Malaysia Latest News - Inside Retail Asia
FamilyMart Malaysia still plans to have 300 stores operating by 2022, despite economic downturn.
Singapore online fashion market Zilingo has achieved capital investment of $226 million in a new funding round.
Toys R Us in North America has been reborn a year after its collapse as Tru Kids.
Officine Panerai Malaysia has opened its first store.
Starbucks Malaysia plans to open two or three of its premium Reserve concept stores annually.
Global fashion retail brand Penshoppe has signed up Kendall Jenner.
Takeover target Courts Asia had a forgettable third quarter, reporting a net loss of S$171,000 – a stark contrast to the $3.51 million profit for the same period a year earlier.
Lazada Group has announced plans to ramp up its supermarket business in Southeast Asia.
Stronger performances from Gurney Plaza and East Coast Mall have compensated for a lower contribution from CapitaLand Malaysia Mall Trust’s Klang Valley shopping malls.
Strong international sales ensured respectable McDonald’s results in the latest quarter.
Alibaba Group sales soared 41 per cent in the December quarter as its customer based neared 700 million.
The world’s largest luxury retailer LVMH shrugged off broader market pessimism overnight reporting record revenue of €46.8 billion last year.