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Urban Revivo is stepping outside Asia with a store planned for Westfield London.
With coffee consumption soaring, coffee shops have become a ubiquitous staple of most South Korean neighborhoods.
Robert Wu Ching-yu, the Eslite Bookstore founder who introduced the novelty of a 24-hour bookshop to Taipei, has died.
Same-store sales of gold products during the first quarter have restored growth, jewellery retailer Luk Fook has announced.
Jakarta shopping malls are still a promising business despite online retailing becoming popular, says Colliers International Group.
The newly opened Melissa Singapore shoe store is larger than the hip footwear label’s other flagships.
The Philippine retail industry is expected to account for a fifth of the country’s overall economic output in the next decade.
China’s retail sales of consumer goods grew 10.4 per cent in the first half of this year to RMB17.24 trillion, official data shows.
Global Harbour, has launched four “husband rest hatches” where men can put up their feet and play computer games while their significant others shop.
Subway stores are getting a facelift, with the new Fresh Forward design being rolled out internationally.
Inditex sales grew 14 per cent in the quarter to April 30, to €5.6 billion, underpinned by a solid business performance in all markets.
A court has ordered the Mister Donut Korea chain to stop using the brand.