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Tesco’s Asian business achieved a 33.5-per-cent increase in operating profit last year, the last full trading year before it is sold to Thailand’s Charoen Pokphand group.
Vestiaire Collective is bringing its coronavirus charity sale to Singapore and Hong Kong this week after launching in US and European countries on April 1.
Italian shoe designer Sergio Rossi has succumbed to the coronavirus at the age of 84.
Numerous international fashion retailers have pledged to support causes related to the coronavirus outbreak as the pandemic continues.
Indonesian retail sales declined by 0.8 per cent year on year during February, due to a decline in demand for clothing and less recreational spending.
South Korean premium grocery delivery e-commerce firm Kurly has procured funding of US$150 million from its existing investors.
Chinese e-commerce platform JD has provided a touching testament to the progressive recovery of Wuhan, the first city to be hit by the coronavirus outbreak.
Restaurant operator Yum China, which operates KFC and Pizza Hut in the territory, has purchased a controlling interest in Chinese-style casual dining franchise Huang Ji Huang.
Singapore mall operators are waiving rents for tenants as the city state enters a shutdown period to control the spread of the coronavirus.
Thailand’s Central Pattana has launched ‘One call x One click’ service which allows its customers to shop remotely during social distancing.
Fashion label Esprit has opened its first Esprit Bodywear concept store in an exclusive partnership with Dutch group Van Keulen Retail.
The pending merger between South Korea’s number one food-delivery app Baemin and Yogiyo has fuelled widespread concerns about monopolistic market behaviour.