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After years of struggle in the face of a decline in Chinese tourists and increased competition, South Korean duty-free operators are in search of a more stable and sustainable business portfolio — to reduce their reliance on Chinese visitors and generate decent profits. The country’s duty-free business has raked in huge revenues on the back of soaring tourists, mostly from China. …
Aeon Vietnam will invest US$280 million for its third property in the capital city, Hanoi.
Zara’s Indian partner Tata Group is launching its own fashionable apparel chain in the territory with prices well below Zara levels.
Saha Group is opening a new wave of Lawson Thailand convenience stores in subway stations and airports.
Luxury label Il Bisonte has come a long way from a family-owned retailer to a landmark flagship store in Harbour City which opened this month.
American franchise Yogurtland has entered an agreement to expand throughout Indonesia via the formation of Yogurtland Indonesia Global Mandiri.
A great store design can increase retail sales by leading to a better customer experience, writes Joe Spenchian of 5 Star Plus Retail Design.
Oriental Watch’s sales fell by 15.7 per cent last year – but the company’s bottom line was only minimally affected in part due to reduced rents.
SaSa has launched a flagship store on online shopping platform HKTVmall.
Tesco Thailand is evaluating opening 750 more convenience stores, which would expand its overall network by about 50 per cent.
Taiwanese bakery Wu Pao Chun has opened first Singapore outlet.
The Tse Sui Luen store network grew by 56 during the year, to reach 473.