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Mujosh opening Takashimaya Vietnam

Mujosh eyewear to open in Vietnam

Hong Kong-headquartered Mujosh eyewear is about to open its first store in Vietnam.

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Chinese driving Korean online industry

Sales by the South Korea online industry rose dramatically in recent months powered by a growing number of Chinese.

Ikea Korea

Ikea Hong Kong plans fourth store

Ikea Hong Kong will open its fourth store in the second half of this year, parent Dairy Farm International has revealed.

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Maria Grazia Chiuri collection for Dior pop-up

Singapore is among seven cities where Dior is launching pop-up stores to unveil Maria Grazia Chiuri’ s first collection.

Jollibee

Jollibee US moving into Florida

Jollibee US will open its first restaurant in Florida on March 18, to be followed by more outlets.

People In Hong Kong street, shopper

Hong Kong retail sales fall again

Hong Kong retail sales fell again in January – by a modest 0.9 per cent.

Jimmy Choo

Jimmy Choo Asia sales soar

Jimmy Choo Asia sales soared 19.2 per cent last year, according to its annual results.

Playboy cafe

Bangkok home to Asia’s first Playboy Cafe

Playboy clothing distributor Lam Yook Millenium Millennium (2002) has opened Asia’s first Playboy Cafe.

Solid year for revitalised Dairy Farm International

Hong Kong-headquartered multi-format retailer Dairy Farm International has celebrated its 130th anniversary with a strong set of results.

Skin Laundry Causeway Bay

Skin Laundry to launch in Japan, Korea this year

Laser clinic and skincare retailer Skin Laundry plans to launch in Japan and Korea this year as its Hong Kong network grows.

Crocs Hong Kong store

Massive Crocs store cull planned

One in four Crocs stores will be closed globally as the maker of the world’s ugliest shoes plots a survival plan.

Closed Signage Marketing Shop Concept

Closing shop on China’s e-commerce platforms

The closures of retail and luxury brand giants on China’s e-commerce platforms indicate that retail competition is no less fierce online than offline.

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