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IGD predicts the Vietnam convenience store market will grow by 37.4 per cent by 201, leading the region.
Huawei Malaysia has opened its largest flagship store, at the Pavilion KL in Kuala Lumpur.
Frette China has opened its first flagship store, in Shanghai’s Puxi district.
The Pandora Thailand jewellery plant has been expanded at a cost of US$261 million to boost output.
Hermes plans to update its digital strategy with an initial test run “in a small country”.
CapitaLand, through CapitaLand Mall Asia, has signed up to manage the new SingPost Centre.
Thanks to crowdfunding, a Japanese cafe staffed by girls without makeup is about to open a second branch.
The Esprit jewellery line-up is set for a major revamp after the appointment of a new licensee.
Marks & Spencer (M&S) has launched a premium boutique concept in Kuala Lumpur.
The sales slide continued for Japanese retailers last month, say industry bodies.
Three days after a funding round of US$1 billion, Flipkart is moving to acquire eBay India.
Rather than expand south in England, Booths grocery chain has opted instead for a JV in Malaysia.