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Japanese fast-food restaurant group Yoshinoya Holdings has established a wholly owned subsidiary in India.
Japanese restaurant chain Miyagawa Honten has opened its first overseas outlet with Unagiya Ichinoji at Robertson Quay.
Ediya Coffee has dropped its plan to go public this year, opting instead to re-enter China.
Hanoi studio Le House has designed An Garden Cafe in the Vietnamese capital as a relaxing space featuring greenery, trees and a pond.
Alibaba’s Hema supermarkets have launched 24-hour delivery services in a move to bolster the brand’s “New Retail” services.
Voice recognition ordering has been introduced by Starbucks Coffee Korea, thanks to a JV involving Shinsegae Group.
PastaMania Sri Lanka has opened its first store, a flagship outlet in Colombo.
South Korean roasted-chicken franchise Goobne has opened its first Indonesian outlet, in Jakarta.
Asia’s leading convenience retailers are predicted to grow 6.6 per cent a year to 2022 by US$5.1 trillion, according to IGD research.
Matahari Putra Prima (MPPA) has appointed a new CEO and president, and plans to raise IDR800 billion (US$58 million) in fresh capital.
Jollibee Foods Corporation has opened its first Toronto store to a queue of fans, some waiting up to eight hours.
Shinsegae will take its supermarket brand to the US next year, vice-chairman Chung Yong-jin has announced.