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Hotpot-restaurant tycoon Zhang Yong has topped the latest Forbes Singapore Rich List.
Gap’s second quarter has proven to be mostly a continuation of the first, with negative results across nearly all segments of the business.
Burger King China’s owner is mulling a listing in Hong Kong which could value the business at around US$1 billion.
The planned US$15 billion Alibaba Hong Kong IPO has been postponed due to continuing political unrest in the city.
BreadTalk Group CEO Henry Chu has resigned, citing “personal and health reasons”.
Amazon is in talks with Reliance Industries Ltd’s retail unit to buy a stake in India’s biggest brick-and-mortar retailer.
Levi Strauss & Co has been “deliberate and diligent” in moving production out of China because of uncertainty hanging over tariffs on goods imported from China.
Hong Kong retail sales in June fell – but not by as much as many were expecting.
A Huawei discount phone promotion has backfired causing shops to be shuttered and one indignant shopper arrested.
Motor vehicles and the 6.18 shopping festival spurred a healthy increase in Mainland China retail sales in June.
Most enterprises in Asia Pacific are aware that International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) 16 took effect on January 1.
The largest Philippines international franchise business-matching event is scheduled for Manila on July 31.