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KSL Esplanade Mall, scheduled to open in Malaysia’s South Klang next year, has unveiled a list of confirmed tenants for the development.
Embattled Malaysian-owned fashion and lifestyle retailer Laura Ashley has reported a 166-per-cent increase in half-year loss to £4 million.
Indonesian beauty brand Natasha Skincare is to launch in Malaysia after forming a local joint venture with JCG Investment.
Tesco Stores has been named the most sustainable retailer in Malaysia with the WWF, achieving a 76-per-cent rating on the foundation’s Sustainable Retailers Scorecard.
The Jasons Food Hall at Bangsar shopping centre in Kuala Lumpur is set to be replaced by a new concept from the country’s fast-growing independent grocery retail group The Food Purveyor.
Malaysian retailers operating in tourist zones have seen sales plunge in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Struggling fashion & homewares chain Laura Ashley is seeking to borrow additional funding to stay afloat in the midst of a dispute with its lender.
High-end supermarket Jasons Food Hall is closing its business at Kuala Lumpur’s Bangsar Shopping Centre after 20 years of trading.
Malaysian bubble-tea chain Tealive parent, Loob Holding, has appointed advisors as it prepares for an IPO this year.
International fashion lingerie and apparel label 6ixty8ight has made its debut on Shopee and SGG.com.
Sephora has stopped offering custom makeovers in hundreds of stores across Asia-Pacific to protect customers and staff from coronavirus.
Japanese coffee chain % Arabica is launching four locations in Indonesia, with new stores scheduled for Jakarta and Bali next month.