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Ikea in talks to buy city-centre retail property in big European cities
Saint Etienne, France – June 21, 2020: IKEA store in France. IKEA is a multinational group of companies that designs, sells ready-to-assemble furniture. IKEA owns and operates 353 stores in 46 countries

Ikea in talks to buy city-centre retail property in big European cities

Ikea's Ingka Investments is in talks to buy commercial property in prime locations in several big European cities after it finalised its first-ever such acquisition last month, its managing director said. T...
Singapore retail rents tipped to slide up to 15 per cent
Hong Kong retail rent decline shows signs of bottoming out
Harbour City rent stoush sees G2000 stock seized, store shuttered
Little respite likely as Hong Kong retail rents slump to 2003 levels

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Reduced rents, high-end products help Oriental Watch stay in profit

Listed Hong Kong timepiece retailer Oriental Watch Holdings has weathered the multiple crises of the last year to record...

Retail landlords and tenants should prepare for a ‘new era’

The relationship between retail landlords and tenants is set to change forever after the Covid-19 pandemic, according to...

Indian retailers urge landlords to adopt revenue-sharing rent model

High-profile Indian retailers are lobbying mall owners to transition to a revenue-sharing rent model in the wake of the ...

Singapore malls waive rents as shutdown commences

Singapore mall operators are waiving rents for tenants as the city state enters a shutdown period to control the spread ...

Singapore retail sales in February down 10 per cent

Singapore retail sales in February fell by 10.2 per cent, excluding motor vehicles.