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Thailand’s latest Le Tao cafe at Central Plaza Lat Phrao had celebrities cooking at its launch event.
Charoen Pokphand Group plans to invest US$157 million over next five years to open Siam Makro wholesale stores in India.
Apparel retailer Handsome is letting customers try clothes on at home before deciding whether to buy.
Sales to foreigners at South Korean duty-free stores reached a record high in December, industry data shows.
John Lobb Bootmaker has stepped into the Philippines with a store at Greenbelt 3 in Makati City, Manila.
Affinity Equity Partners has joined a bidding scramble for Korea’s Stylenanda.
Chelsfield has bought the ground floor of The Galleria from Hermes for HK$900 million (US$115 million).
China and Hong Kong had the highest sales growth in local currencies for L’Occitane International for its latest nine months.
WeChat has launched its first cashierless pop-up store in Shanghai.
Hong Kong-headquartered waffle chain, WAFL, has opened its first stores in India.
No cashiers, no lines, no registers – this is how Amazon sees the future of in-store shopping.
Richemont has moved to take full ownership of e-commerce company Yoox Net-a-Porter (YNAP).