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Uniqlo in the Philippines has opened its first roadside store, stepping outside of its traditional shopping-mall base.
The Philippines’ SM Investments has achieved 14-per-cent sales growth in the first half year, its retail division up by 10 per cent.
Danish footwear brand Ecco is returning to the Philippines through a shop-in-shop concept at SM malls.
Jollibee’s Smashburger and Red Ribbon business units significantly dragged down the restaurant-operator’s first-half profits.
Hong Kong-headquartered Dairy Farm sales surged by 13 per cent in the first half of the year to US$13.8 billion.
A Sephora data breach has been confirmed, spanning customers from Hong Kong across Southeast Asia and into Australasia.
In Asia’s burgeoning coffee culture, design has become a key means for Starbucks to create a point of difference from rival chains.
Philippine restaurant operator Jollibee Foods is to buy US cafe brand The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf outright for US$350 million.
SM Group will assume ownership of Manila’s Harrison Plaza complex from the Martel family by next year.
Jeweller Chow Tai Fook says same-store sales in its Hong Kong home market and Macau fell by 11 per cent in the June quarter.
The largest Philippines international franchise business-matching event is scheduled for Manila on July 31.
American luxury jewellery and specialty retailer Tiffany & Co will open a new freestanding boutique at Greenbelt 4 in Makati City, the Philippines tomorrow.