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South Korean cosmetics giant Amorepacific is ramping up its Asean expansion, opening the first Innisfree and Laneige Philippines stores.
Japan’s Summit supermarket will open its first outlet in Vietnam this month.
Chinese cosmetics company Proya has ramped up its expansion on the heels of strong growth this year.
Swedish designer brand Nome has launched a new store at Guangzhou Baiyun Wanda.
Global grocery markets are likely to generate an additional US$1.9 trillion in sales by 2023, led by Asian countries, according to new research data.
Japanese discount retailer Oomomo has launched in Canada with plans for stores in most major cities.
Luxury fashion marketplace Moda Operandi is planning to open a showroom in China as it targets growth in Asia.
Demand for party supplies from South Korean retailers is soaring as a growing number of people prefer to host end-of-year celebrations at home.
Fast-growing Chinese cafe chain Luckin Coffee has raised US$200 million in its latest funding round.
October Singapore retail sales inched up by 0.5 per cent year on year, after excluding motor vehicle sales from the data.
Scandinavian furniture and homewares brand Jysk has launched its first store in Thailand with local franchise partner Boonthavorn Group.
International pizza franchise Pezzo has launched in Brunei Darussalam.