Regulatory Archives - Page 8 of 8 - Inside Retail Asia
Retailers in Asia Pacific are bracing for the impact of a globally imposed new lease accounting standard for assets such as real estate and equipment.
Thailand luxury goods import duties may be cut in a move to make the nation a more attractive shopping destination for foreigners, a direct challenge to Singapore.
Thai import duties may be cut in a move to make the nation a more attractive shopping destination for foreigners.
Hong Kong Customs officials report they have arrested a record number of teenagers for selling counterfeit goods online – via social media.
Singapore retailers selling tobacco products must hide them all from public view from 2017.
eCommerce bodies from Hong Kong and Guangdong are forging stronger links in a bid to boost cross-border eCommerce.
Consumers in Singapore may soon be able to buy online prescriptions of medicines from approved pharmacies.
Korea has removed perfume and other items from the schedule of good subject to the so-called luxury tax.
High profile Singapore retailers have signed up to a government led program aimed at reducing food wastage.
Infamous Mobile Air scammer Jover Chew is scheduled to be sentenced on November 30 after earlier this week pleading guilty to 12 charges of cheating customers of more than $16,500.
Customs officials have promised to clamp down on tour group shopping scammers after the arrest of a woman caught coercing tourists to spend at a shop in Hung Hom yesterday.
Apple says iPhone, Apple Watch and app store drive 22 per cent growth in sales.