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Luxury fashion label Burberry was delivering solid growth in sales last year – until Covid-19 stopped the momentum in its tracks.
Clarks, the UK-based shoe retailer, will cull the ranks of its corporate staff by a net 700 people worldwide, including in Asia during the next 18 month.
The future of lingerie retailer Victoria’s Secret China business is under review as the company moves to permanently close 250 of its US stores as it seeks to restore profits.
Italian jewellery firm Bulgari has launched an e-commerce platform in Singapore prior to opening online services in its home territory.
Sephora China has launched a flagship store on Alibaba’s Tmall Global, featuring brands including Fenty, Bon Parfumeur, Farmacy and Dermalogica.
South Korea is set to introduce disposable cup deposits at coffee shops and fast-food outlets, starting 2022, in its latest efforts to cut carbon emissions.
The roadmap towards a safe Singapore retail reopening is in the hands of a task force established by the Singapore Retailers Association and Restaurant Association of Singapore.
Disgraced Chinese firm Luckin Coffee has resumed trading on Nasdaq despite being sent a delisting notice.
Popular Thai tea brand ChaTraMue is expanding its footprint in Hong Kong with two new stores about to open in the territory.
Amazon has been tipped to take over collapsed US department-store giant JC Penney in a move which – should it proceed – could rewrite the nature of retailing.
Hong Kong specialty coffee chain The Coffee Academics has launched its own version of Dalgona coffee at its Thai flagship store in Bangkok.
Hyundai Development Company has opened a distinctive new dining zone in Seoul’s Yongsan district.