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Tawandang eyes foreign expansion

Thai-based brewery restaurant chain Tawandang is planning further expansion at home and abroad as its concept gains favour with consumers.

Huawei hails SE Asia success

Smartphone maker Huawei says it expects sales in Southeast Asia this year to rise 167 per cent.

Krispy Kreme Cambodia deal

Krispy Kreme has signed a development agreement with The Express Food Group to be its master franchisor in Cambodia.

Uniqlo named in new sweatshop claim

Uniqlo parent Fast Retailing Group has issued a statement defending itself after being named in a report on working conditions in a Cambodian clothing factory.

British bag brand Zatchels eyes Asia

Hip British bag brand Zatchels says it plans to make inroads into Asia as its young brand gains international awareness.

Downtown duty free debut for Cambodia

Cambodians have been promised “an unforgettable shopping experience” when China Duty Free Group opens the nation’s first downtown duty free store on December 30. The 4500 sqm Angkor Duty Free store will sell a range of travel retail goods, including perfumes, cosmetics, fashion, jewellery, sunglasses, watches, liquor, tobacco, travel accessories, and confectionery. Over 200 premium and luxury brands from all over the world, including Dior, SK-II, Shiseido, Lancôme, Estée Lauder, Cl…

Retail Holdings debuts in Cambodia

Retail Holdings, controlling shareholder of Singer Asia, has opened its first consumer electronics and furniture store in Cambodia. Singer, which already has operations in Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Thailand, says the Singer Mega-branded store has opened in Battambang. Two more stores will open in the developing nation in early 2015 with the end goal of 50 appliance stores within three years. Retail Holdings says its Cambodian store is the largest household consumer durable…

Domino’s eyes Asia growth

Pizza chain Domino’s says it will enter Cambodia next year and Myanmar after 2015. Investigations are under way to locate franchise partners in Mongolia, Papua New Guinea and other developing markets in the Asia Pacific region, where it plans to double its 2500 strong network within eight years. Speaking to journalists in Bangkok, Dominos International VP for Asia-Pacific, Steven Pizziol, said the plan was to expand the regional network by 10 per cent annually. “In the next five years…

Dairy Queen still keen on India

Dessert chain Dairy Queen is seeking a partner to expand into India. The US based company, owned by private equity investor Berkshire Hathaway, operates about 6000 Dairy Queen stores in more than 20 countries and is committed to a progressive roll-put strategy in Asia, especially. Its stores sell a range of soft serve ice cream products, but sells some burgers and other fast food lines at outlets branded DQ Restaurant and DQ Grill & Chill. Earlier talks with reliance Retail broke do…

Parkson to open Cambodia Mall

Pan Asian retailer Parkson is expanding into Cambodia. Parkson is to open a shopping mall in the country’s capital city at Russian Boulevard in Daun Penh District in the fourth quarter of 2015. The new 70,200 sqm development will be anchored by a department store. It will also include a 3100 sqm basement supermarket, a 6200 sqm electronic mall, 9300 sqm IT mall and a 10-screen multiplex cinema with a 32-lane bowling alley. The shopping centre has easy access from central and the emergin…

Dufry renews Cambodian concessions

Swiss travel retailer Dufry has renewed its concessions contracts at Phnom Penh and Siem Reap International Airports – and has been awarded additional retail space. Dufry will continue to operate duty free retailing at both airports until 2020 and has also been awarded a further 1670 sqm of space, allowing it to expand its current 773 sqm retail area in Phnom Penh to 1550 sqm and its 571 sqm in Siam Reap to 1464 sqm. Julian Diaz, CEO of Dufry Group, said: “The renewal and extension of reta…