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Watsons Philippines plans to open another 50 stores this year, adding to the 781 branches it already operates.
AllHome Corp, the Philippines home-furnishings retailer, is looking to raise up to US$348 million in an IPO.
Lazada Philippines customers can now buy goods and pay by instalments.
SM Prime Holdings is launching a new lifestyle mall in Zambales, the Philippines.
Shopping malls in the Philippines are bucking international trends and are trading stronger than ever, says retail technology expert Nikki Baird.
Californian fast-fashion retailer Forever 21 is reportedly preparing to file for bankruptcy protection after failing to reach a deal to refinance its heavy debt load.
Opening the way for Chinese to use Alipay at Mall of Asia stores is aimed at attracting more tourists to the mall – as well as the increasing locally based Chinese population.
International private equity company TA Associates will take an undisclosed stake in fast-growing bubble-tea chain Gong Cha.
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.