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The Singapore government is instructing local consumers to defer non-essential visits to malls as part of an effort to encourage social distancing in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.
Hong Kong-listed apparel retailer Esprit has placed six German subsidiary companies in administration to give them protection during the coronavirus crisis which has decimated sales.
Chinese restaurant operator Tao Heung will shutter all 48 of its venues for more than a month following tightening restrictions on dining in Hong Kong.
Bangkok shopping centres and markets were effectively shut down yesterday as the city moved to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Muji store parent Ryohin Keikaku has been found to have dodged paying US$68.3 million in tax by transferring taxable income to its operations in China.
The Hong Kong government will allocate US$271 million in aid for around 70,000 retailers affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
US tech firm Apple has been found guilty of anti-competitive behaviour by a French antitrust body and fined US$1.32 billion.
After Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced an “enhanced community quarantine” yesterday across Luzon, Metro Manila malls and some stores were temporarily closed to comply with the government’s fight against coronavirus.
Ho Chi Minh City authorities seized thousands of fake luxury goods at two famous local markets last week.
Juice chain Hui Lau Shan has been served with a winding-up order in Hong Kong’s High Court over unpaid rents for one of its mall locations, dating back to October.
South Korean convenience-store operator BGF Retail has been fined for pushing exorbitant sales promotion costs onto its suppliers.
Two retailers have been arrested for trying to profit from the coronavirus crisis after spot checks by Hong Kong Customs staff.