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Japanese restaurant operator Pepper Food Service is selling its profitable Pepper Lunch chain to J-Star investment fund for US$79 million.
Undeterred by the advent of Covid-19, Brazilian flip-flop brand Havaianas is investing US$50 million into expansion of its retail footprint across Asia-Pacific between now and 2024.
Kering label Bottega Veneta has just opened its first pop-up store post-Covid-19 at Shanghai’s Plaza 66 Mall, dubbed the ‘invisible store’.
San Francisco-based online bag brand Senreve has opened a standalone pop-up store in Hong Kong, its first foray into a major city mall.
BMW is holding its first-ever art-driven motor show in its luxury class showroom in Wan Chai, Hong Kong this month.
Taiwanese bookstore Eslite is closing its operations in Shenzhen following the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
British fashion label JW Anderson has opened its second store in Seoul, South Korea with ceiling-to-floor glass frontage and pink Neon signage.
South Korean chain SMTown Cafe is to open its first Vietnam store in Ho Chi Minh City.
Sales by Japanese department stores slumped by between 20 and 30 per cent year on year in June, but that was a lesser rate than in May.
Indonesian cafe chain Maxx Coffee has launched its first international outpost in Singapore as a first move towards expansion in Asia.
Gap has became the latest retail victim of Covid-19 in Hong Kong, shutting its flagship store in Tsim Sha Tsui and at least one other store.
Singapore retail sales plummeted 52.1 per cent in May as Covid-19 lockdowns shuttered malls and the majority of retail stores across the city state.