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Mothercare UK enters administration, but Asian stores unaffected

Maternity retailer Mothercare has placed its UK business into administration as it seeks to protect its profitable international business.

Singapore’s Qoo10 merges with Indian e-commerce company Shopclues

Indian e-commerce company Shopclues is merging with Singapore-based e-commerce company Qoo10.

Zalora launches childrenswear category

Online fashion platform Zalora is entering the childrenswear market.

Crate & Barrel Singapore to close flagship

Crate & Barrel Singapore will close its flagship store at Orchard Gateway.

Seven Oppo flagship stores planned for Southeast Asia

Six more Oppo flagship stores are planned across Southeast Asia by next year as the Chinese smartphone brand ramps up its brand profile in the region.

Mixed fortunes for CapitaLand in China and Malaysia

CapitaLand’s Chinese and Malaysian businesses have reported opposite fortunes in the latest quarter.

Malaysia Airports invites travellers to ‘shop like a hero’

Malaysia Airports has launched a campaign `Shop like a hero` as it aims to transform its airports into ‘exciting shopping destinations’.

Shopee to focus on growing market share in Southeast Asia

Singaporean online shopping business Shopee is aiming to boost its market share in Southeast Asia.

Alibaba launches 2019 11.11 Global Shopping Festival

Alibaba Group has launched its 2019 11.11 Global Shopping Festival, taking the annual event into its second decade.

Tesco Malaysia marks 60-store milestone

Tesco Malaysia has opened its 60th store, its largest in the country at more than 2000sqft, located at Wangsa Walk.

First Steve Madden Malaysia store opens

Following success in Singapore, Valiram has opened the first Steve Madden Malaysia boutique.

Riding the digital wave: boomtime for Southeast Asian e-commerce

Increasing choice, better internet access, and rising affluence will continue to drive more spending online as Southeast Asian e-commerce enters a boom era, according to a new report.