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The Jasons Food Hall at Bangsar shopping centre in Kuala Lumpur is set to be replaced by a new concept from the country’s fast-growing independent grocery retail group The Food Purveyor.
South Korea’s e-commerce industry, which has long emphasised “fast delivery,” is expanding its services, with competition now turning to offering “easy returns”.
India’s Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail is set to launch more than 500 stores by the end of the year.
US entertainment giant Warner Bros is negotiating to establish family entertainment centres in Indian malls.
Franchise brands from the US, France and China are eyeing opportunities in Thailand which has become a strong drawcard for offshore companies, according to consultants.
Malaysian retailers operating in tourist zones have seen sales plunge in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Singapore food-delivery service Foodpanda has officially rolled-out its instant grocery delivery service, Pandamart, in Hong Kong after a trial commencing last November.
Fifty Hong Kong retailers with a combined 200 shops have declared a strike against 14 shopping centres in the territory, demanding rental cuts to weather the recession.
Entering a new decade, major new developments divide the winners and losers in fashion retail – the pace of change in the industry has never been faster.
German bike brand Bergamont has opened its first concept store ‘Bergamont I-Ride’ in Mumbai, India.
Tokyo is to host Japan’s largest fashion and art event next month – Tokyo Creative Salon – part of a plan to boost its case to become one of the world’s key fashion hubs.
Brands and retailers have been warned to tread carefully when embracing the growing veganism trend.