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Airlines and the Customs service oppose an Incheon Airport bid to provide duty-free shopping for arriving passengers.
Lotte Duty Free has pulled out of an airport in Jakarta after a failed bid to extend its contract.
DFS Group has opened its updated duty-free stores at Singapore Cruise Centre.
QR-code payments have the potential to replace other forms of mobile payment, new research shows.
With 26.9 per cent growth in sales, China led the charge for L’Occitane International for its first quarter.
Chinese tourists are travelling more but spending less in stores, says a new report from global consulting firm Oliver Wyman.
Shilla Duty Free and Amorepacific have introduced a Beauty Truck concept store, parked next to the Shilla Seoul flagship store.
Tourist spending at Japanese department stores jumped 42.8 per cent last month to ¥19.3 billion (US$173.8 million).
Lotte Duty Free has opened an outlet in central Bangkok, its first foray into Thailand.
City Plus Korea is rolling out new stores in an ambitious expansion plan to boost its market share.
China’s luxury travellers last year devoted RMB220,000 of their travel budget to retail therapy, up 57 per cent.
Shiseido Travel Retail and Colours & Fragrances have launched a Nars Cosmetics boutique at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.