Regulatory Archives - Inside Retail Asia
The Confederation of All India Traders is asking the government to ban pending sales events to be held by e-commerce rivals Amazon and Flipkart.
India’s government has recently announced relaxations on single-brand retail’s FDI investments.
Two women have been arrested for their suspected involvement in the importation and possession of a massive haul of counterfeit cosmetics and perfumes.
Ongoing investment-sale activity for malls suggests a positive outlook for the Singapore retail leasing sector, reports Edmund Tie & Company
The ongoing Hong Kong protests are eroding the sales of the territory’s retailers according to the HKRMA.
Retail stores in Hong Kong’s Pacific Place shopping mall remained closed for the second day this morning as protests against the extradition bill continued at Admiralty.
Single-use cup consumption at Korean fast-food restaurants has plunged by 72 per cent, according to a Korea Times report.
Fashion label Supreme has won a fight against a copycat company using a similar brand name in Mainland China.
Luxury fashion house Louis Vuitton is suing two Belle International subsidiaries for copyright infringement.
Police have shut down a huge China counterfeiting ring estimated to have raked in some US$15 million.
Singaporean retailer Iuiga defends its use of Muji’s trademark on its website.
Muji has filed a lawsuit against Singaporean retailer Iuiga alleging trademark infringement.