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Philippine restaurant brand Jollibee Foods suffered a 14.4-per-cent drop in earnings last year after operating income fell by 25.1 per cent.
The Philippines’ largest retail landlord SM Supermalls says retailers’ sales have dropped both at home and in China due to the coronavirus crisis.
Philippine home-store chain Allhome will expand its store network to push its selling space beyond 450,000sqm this year.
The opening of the first Ikea Philippines store has been delayed until next year.
Tech brand Lenovo has opened its second Legion concept store in the Philippines at SM City Cebu.
Japanese coffee chain % Arabica is launching four locations in Indonesia, with new stores scheduled for Jakarta and Bali next month.
Philippines grocery operator MerryMart has filed to raise up to PHP1.6 billion (US$31 million) in its forthcoming IPO.
Philippine e-commerce enabler Great Deals has raised US$12 million (PHP600 million) from local private equity firm Navegar.
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Malaysian leather goods and bags retailer Leather Avenue is planning a complete store redesign across its more than 30 outlets in Malaysia.
H&M Group is to launch Monki in the Philippines, the second Southeast Asian market for the Swedish fashion group’s diffusion brand. The first store for Monki in the Philippines will open later this year at SM Megamall in Manila and will be followed by a second at SM Mall of Asia. “Monki’s mission is to empower young women everywhere and help them feel good about themselves,…
The Cantonese/Fujianese-style Singaporean Michelin-starred restaurant Putien has opened its first eatery in the Philippines.