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Singapore retail sales slipped 1 per cent year on year in May, after motor vehicles were removed from the data.
Starbucks China has opened its first Starbucks Now store – an express retail experience that integrates Starbucks physical and digital customer touch points.
Luxury Italian fashion brand Prada has launched six bags made from regenerated nylon, as the first stage in a plan to phase out virgin nylon during the next two years.
Chinese apparel retailer China Dongxiang is reaping rewards from a sharper focus online as second-quarter sales rose by the mid-single digits.
Levi Strauss Asia sales grew 12 per cent in the second quarter with strong performance across both wholesale and direct-to-consumer channels.
Restaurant chain Oporto has launched in Vietnam under local franchisee Ben Thanh Group, with plans to open 24 restaurants across the territory in the next 10 years.
Belgian designer brand Jean Paul Knott will open its first Chinese flagship in Beijing next month.
Sephora Takashimaya has reopened after a two-month renovation with a concierge service for gold members.
Don Quijote Hong Kong has opened its first store, in Mira Mall at Tsim Sha Tsui.
Discount e-commerce platform Vipshop has acquired a chain of Chinese outlet malls.
Luckin Coffee, the Chinese cafe startup, is moving into the takeaway tea market with its new Xiaolu brand.
Courts Singapore has opened its first Internet of Things store at Funan mall.