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Grab has expanded its grocery-delivery service GrabMart into eight Southeast Asian markets within the last three months.
Thailand’s CP Group will launch 7 Eleven Cambodia next year after winning the franchise rights for the country.
Malaysian department-store operator Parkson has lost a court case in Cambodia, being ordered to pay US$144.5 million in damages to its landlord Hassan.
An aggressive online focus saw listed Thai lingerie retailer Sabina achieve 14.3 per cent sales growth last year.
Construction work on Chinese-backed The One Mall in Cambodia is set to reach completion by mid-year after delays to its scheduled opening last December. The mall is being built on a 12,000sqm site in Phnom Penh’s Tonle Bassac. Information about both the delay in construction and the value of the project have remained tightly kept by the firm. A further 261,746sqm of retail space is…
The Phnom Penh Megamall developer has delayed the mall’s launch until the fourth quarter of this year owing to lagging interior design work, according to its marketing representative CBRE Cambodia.
Japanese coffee chain % Arabica is launching four locations in Indonesia, with new stores scheduled for Jakarta and Bali next month.
Body Shop Malaysia operator InNature Bhd is seeking to raise US$25.5 million in funding from an IPO, with some of the funds to be used for new stores in Vietnam and Cambodia.
China’s two e-commerce giants are driving the most growth in Asia’s online grocery market according to a new report from international researcher IGD.
Talks are underway to expand the Taco Bell Mexican-themed fast-food restaurant chain into Southeast Asia.
The first Sihanoukville mall, the 6000sqm Furi Times Square opened on Monday, a project backed by local Furi corporation and investment from Macau and Hong Kong.
Thai supermarket business Big C is planning to spend THB6.5 billion (US$214 million) on expansion both domestically and internationally next year.