Regulatory Archives - Page 3 of 8 - Inside Retail Asia

Alfred Dunhill wins trademark battle against China rival Danhouli

British luxury fashion firm Alfred Dunhill has won a trademark battle in China against rival menswear brand Danhuoli.

7-Eleven South Korea tops franchisee-dispute tally

7-Eleven South Korea has run up the greatest number of formal disputes between head office and franchisees of any franchise business in the country.

Lotte under fire for leasing space to Mumuso

The inclusion of Mumuso, a copycat of Korean stores that produce household products, in Lotte Mart’s Vietnam stores has been frowned upon.

Fake Louis Vuitton products top South Korean seizure list

South Korean officials seized more fake Louis Vuitton products than any other label over the last four years.

Singapore tourist spending declines

Singapore tourist spending has dipped by half a percent, despite a 7.3 per cent boost in arrivals.

Police raid finds fake goods at Sim Lim Square

Singaporean police find $1.03 million worth of Fake goods at Sim Lim Square.

Adidas lawsuit fails to block rival trademark

The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore has rejected an Adidas lawsuit against Taiwan’s Lutong Enterprise Corp.

Louis Vuitton prices in China have been cut after duties relaxed

Louis Vuitton prices in China have been reduced, the French luxury retailer saying it was responding to the government’s relaxing of duties on consumer goods.

Companies hiring ‘tens of thousands” to write fake reviews

Companies have been recruiting “tens of thousands” of people to post fake reviews online, boosting sales on e-commerce websites.

Global retailers join fight to end forced labour in supply chain

Retailers and manufacturers from around the world meeting in Singapore have pledged to end forced labour in the supply chain.

How cuts to China’s import tariffs will impact Hong Kong retail

China’s import tariffs for apparel, footwear and headgear, kitchen supplies and fitness products will be more than halved on July 1.

Single-brand retailers granted faster entry to India

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has removed the need for a federal approval of foreign single-brand retailers entering India.


FREE NEWS BRIEFS Get breaking news delivered