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China’s nationwide lockdown to combat Covid-19 and provisions for tenant relief saw CapitaLand Retail China Trust’s net property income slip in the June half year.
Indian developer Phoenix Mills has launched a grand 1 million sqft mall in Lucknow.
Clobbered by the crushing effects of the coronavirus pandemic, thousands of retailers from Bangkok to Singapore have rushed to set up online shops on big e-commerce platforms to stay afloat this year.
Lush has taken a positive approach to its future in Hong Kong following the closure of its Central flagship store at the end of last month.
British fashion label Topshop will close its 14,000sqft flagship in Hong Kong when the lease comes up for renewal in October.
Beauty products retailer Lush has closed its five-story Hong Kong flagship store several months before its lease was due for renewal.
As Hong Kong retail rents slump to levels not seen since 2003, retailers who appeal to domestic shoppers are beginning to have a stronger presence in the market.
In the third quarter of next year, Kuala Lumpur’s next supermall will open in the suburb best known for hosting the 1998 Commonwealth Games.
Malaysian mall operator Sunway is launching a campaign to boost domestic tourism and retail spending.
Property company Hongkong Land has unveiled a new premium food hall concept BaseHall at Jardine House, in Hong Kong’s Central district.
Suntec City will host Suntec Shopfest next week, a first-of-its-kind, live-streaming shopping festival in Singapore.