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Architectural studio Benoy will design a 250,000sqm Wenzhou complex for SCPG in China.
Sasa profits soared 34.7 per cent in the last financial year, as sales at Hong Kong and Macau stores posted solid gains.
The new Lacoste Raffles City store is the first of the French retailer’s Singapore outlets to feature its latest concept ‘Le Club’.
Local governments in the US are now able to force online retailers to collect sales tax on purchases.
Hong Kong jewellery retailer Tse Sui Luen (TSL) plans to open 100 stores in China over the next two years.
Korean chain Zoo Coffee opens its largest outlet in the Philippines, at Ayala Vertis North.
A massive Esprit loss looms for the current financial year as customers desert stores and the company books write-downs.
German publisher Taschen is selling a book about Ferrari for HK$250,000 (US$32,000) in its first-ever Asian bookstore.
How biometrics in retail can create deeper customer engagement.
South Korean convenience stores saw their sales soar as their national football team played its first game of the World Cup.
No Signboard Holdings has signed a 10-year franchise agreement to develop and operate the Little Sheep restaurant chain in Singapore.
JD has developed a partnership with Chinese retailer Better Life as part of its Retail as a Service strategy.