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Japanese cosmetics brand Do-Best is looking at opportunities in the Philippines and broader Southeast Asia markets.
Malaysia’s Chatime bubble-tea stoush continues, with a fresh argument regarding outlet loyalties.
Esprit Holdings reports a “significant recovery” in turning around a HK$238 million loss to a net profit of HK$61 million.
First-half revenue fell 11 per cent for Bossini International for the period to December 31.
Brands have a faster way to reach shoppers in Singapore with the launch of Google Shopping Ads.
Innisfree is launching in Indonesia in conjunction with Time International.
Longines ambassador Lin Chi-Ling attended the launch of the watch brand’s new Macau boutique.
Doutor Coffee has opened three Malaysian outlets: in Bukit Tinggi, Johor Bahru and Kuala Lumpur.
Hooters of Singapore Marina Bay has opened, led by franchisee Destination Properties Group.
Chatime bubble-tea outlets in Malaysia will be rebranded as a result of a dispute with the master franchisor.
H&M Asia will open online stores in five more markets this year.
Outbound travellers from emerging Asian nations outnumber those from developed countries, a new report shows.