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Malaysian convenience-store chain 99 Speedmart has opened three stores in Singapore.
Embattled fashion label Esprit has posted another loss in the December half year, as sales plunged by HK$1 billion.
Singapore’s Frasers Property Retail has introduced a support package for its tenants to provide some relief from the effect of the current coronavirus outbreak on business.
A small group of key Breadtalk Group stakeholders, including founder and chairman Dr George Quek, have offered to acquire all the ordinary shares in the firm and delist the company.
Uniqlo Singapore is ditching its plastic shopping bags in favour of paper, reflecting a global move by the brand to become more environmentally friendly
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Hong Kong-headquartered cosmetics retailer Sa Sa International has relaunched its presence in Singapore with an exclusive online partnership with e-commerce platform Shopee.
Mall owner-operator CapitaLand is introducing additional support measures to its mall tenants as the coronavirus outbreak continues.
Pomelo has debuted in-app livestream technology for customers in Singapore and Thailand, the first fashion brand to launch it in Southeast Asia.
Four Singapore Liang Sandwich Bars have closed suddenly, angering the master franchisee for Southeast Asia, Liang Group.
Retailers at Changi Airport will be granted half-cost rents for six months, backdated to February 1 due to the impact on passenger movements resulting from the coronavirus epidemic.
Singapore supermarket operator Sheng Siong says it plans to open more stores across the city in the wake of a 7.4-per-cent profit increase last year.