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Research by tech company Omnico has found that 97 per cent of Chinese theme-park visitors want to use futuristic technology when shopping.
Starbucks Japan’s new Kyoto branch will have a traditional Japanese cafe space complete with tatami mats.
Following its founder/CEO stepping down, China Vanke has launched the Longcheng Vanke mall in Shenzhen.
Integrated developer Mitsui Fudosan Malaysia broke ground yesterday on the Mitsui Shopping Park LaLaport Kuala Lumpur.
Fashion retailer Veeko, which also owns the Colourmix and Morimor cosmetics store chains, has reported a sales decline of 9.4 per cent.
Bosch Philippines has opened its first showroom outside of Manila, in Cebu.
Social media network hits milestone. From sister site, Internet Retailing.
Through subsidiary CapitaLand Mall Asia, CapitaLand is accelerating its retail expansion in China via management partnerships.
Alibaba Group’s share in Lazada has reached about 95 per cent after the e-commerce giant bought out all but one other investor.
Shilla Duty Free and Amorepacific have introduced a Beauty Truck concept store, parked next to the Shilla Seoul flagship store.
Kioda plans to open 300 stores in India by 2021 following a partnership with Franchise India.
Characters from the Line chat app feature at Line Village Store, which has launched at Bangkok’s Siam Square One.