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Lotte Duty Free has unveiled a new promotional space – Star Avenue – at its flagship store in Myeongdong, Seoul.
Parisian ready-to-wear label Maison Kitsune has announced plans to expand in Asia.
VI Group to bring The Coffee Club to Vietnam under a master franchise with Minor International.
Lazada and Ninja Van have teamed up with the Singapore 7-Eleven to turn convenience stores into collection points.
Luk Fook achieved same-store sales growth of 14 per cent in its latest quarter.
H&M has launched its first Asian-fit lingerie collection.
Mainland online grocery and delivery firm Dada-JD Daojia is partnering with Carrefour China.
Japanese railway network operator JR East is testing an unmanned store in a Tokyo railway station.
Danish toy producer Lego has opened a store in Yokohama Landmark Plaza this week, introducing “Lego Mosaic Maker” to Japan.
A Johnnie Walker Manila pop up has launched at BGC, with Greenbelt 3 the next stop.
Bangkok’s three shopping centres grouped under the OneSiam brand, are collaborating with Air Asia to encourage more Chinese tourists to Thailand.
Embattled UK fashion retailer New Look is to quite China, closing some 130 remaining stores.