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Apparel, footwear and accessories firm VF Corporation is making a series of organisational changes it says will “strengthen and accelerate” its business strategy in Asia Pacific, with a particular focus on China.
American food-food chain Taco Bell is set to launch in Malaysia at Tropicana Gardens Mall in Kota Damansara.
The Asia-Pacific luxury-goods market is projected to sink by US$2.1 billion this year as consumers switch from big-ticket items to affordable luxury.
Listed Hong Kong timepiece retailer Oriental Watch Holdings has weathered the multiple crises of the last year to record a profit of US$12.9 million.
Hong Kong-listed jeweller Luk Fook has reported early signs of a recovery in the Hong Kong market this month, despite the border with China still closed.
Diesel has unveiled Hyperoom, a 360-degree selling platform and exhibition space, which resembles the Diesel’s physical showroom in Milan.
Hong Kong shopping destination Olympian City has partnered with global toy brand Lego to launch Lego Technic – a Stem-themed AI concept store.
Nike sales in China surged 11 per cent last year, marking the sixth consecutive year of double-digit growth in the market for the US sports brand.
American brand management company Iconix Brand Group has sold the Starter China business for US$16 million to an unnamed local investor.
Chinese property-development company Country Garden has launched the world’s first robotic restaurant, in Guangdong.
Singapore department-store operator Metro Holdings has reported a drop in net profit of 82 per cent in the second half, citing Covid-19 and a store closure.
The new Huawei Shanghai store, the Chinese smartphone and electronics brand’s largest yet, opened its doors this week.