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Puma experiences its best year yet as sales soar globally

Puma’s worldwide sales surged 18.4 per cent last year, to €5.502 billion and its pre-tax profit rose 40 per cent to €262 million.

Don Don Donki Thailand to expand after success of debut store

Don Don Donki Thailand will expand its retail network this year after positive trading performance of the first outlet.

Bossini loss balloons as protests hit Hong Kong sales

Apparel retailer Bossini has revealed a loss of HK$93.7 million during the six months to December – more than triple the $25.7 million loss of the same period a year earlier.

Calvin Klein and Allsaints ban fur across ranges

Hong Kong fashion brands management firm Global Brands Group says it will ban fur across its Calvin Klein and Allsaints clothing ranges.

Aditya Birla plans to open 500 stores this year

India’s Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail is set to launch more than 500 stores by the end of the year.

Malaysian retailers hit by coronavirus

Malaysian retailers operating in tourist zones have seen sales plunge in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

How Robinsons developed an app to boost loyalty and engagement

Singapore-headquartered department-store chain Robinsons has built a 120,000-strong loyalty programme database in just 18 months using an app-based solution.

South Korea’s CU fined US$1.4 million for unfair trading

South Korean convenience-store operator BGF Retail has been fined for pushing exorbitant sales promotion costs onto its suppliers.

Giant Ikea Philippines store delayed until next year

The opening of the first Ikea Philippines store has been delayed until next year.

Lotte Shopping to axe 200 stores as losses mount

Lotte Shopping plans to shut down as many as 200 department stores and large-format supermarkets in South Korea, marking a massive cull for the country.

Can humanisation save the unmanned store?

Not long ago shopping in an unmanned store looked poised to become our new retail reality – but it took just two years for the bubble to burst in China.

JustCo turns to malls for co-working locations

Coworking space provider JustCo is turning to shopping malls as it looks to double its Asia-Pacific presence this year.