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Vietnam leaps to sixth place on AT Kearney index

Vietnam has jumped to sixth place in the AT Kearney 2017 Global Retail Development Index.

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Tech giants dominate BrandZ Top 100

Google, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon and Facebook top this year’s BrandZ Top 100 list of most-valuable global brands.

AI Shopping

How Alibaba uses artificial intelligence to change the way we shop

Alizila explains how Alibaba uses artificial intelligence to change the way we shop online.

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China’s online retail sales 40 per cent of global market

China’s online retail sales accounted for about 40 per cent of the entire global market last year.

Don Quijote discount store

Don Quijote launches Southeast Asia foray in Singapore

A Singapore Don Quijote store is planned as the Japanese discount store chain’s first Southeast Asian outlet.

Charoen-Pokphand’s-Indonesian

Charoen Pokphand’s Indonesian plan shelved

Charoen Pokphand’s plan to acquire Indonesia’s 7-Eleven convenience stores has been shelved.

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7-Eleven Vietnam to debut in June

7-Eleven Vietnam says it expects to open stores in Districts 1, 2, 3 and Binh Thanh from June.

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Office Depot China selling out to Shanghai company

Office Depot China has agreed to sell its business on the mainland to Shanghai M&G Colipu Office Supplies.

Luxury Goods Shopping

China spur for luxury market growth

A firm rebound in China with purchasing both at home and overseas is predicted to restore luxury market growth this year.

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Aesop brand ahead of curve in store design

Australia’s Aesop brand continues to be ahead of the curve in store design that makes shopping memorable.

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Dita Japan opens Tokyo flagship store

Dita Japan has opened its second store, a flagship in Aoyama, Tokyo.

Muslim shop online

Malaysian online sales predicted to quintuple

Malaysian online sales, now about 1 per cent of the retail market, may quintuple by 2025, says a government report.

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