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Internet users on the Chinese mainland have blacklisted popular Taiwanese bubble-tea brands after a Hong Kong franchise urged solidarity with protesters.
Hong Kong-headquartered Dairy Farm sales surged by 13 per cent in the first half of the year to US$13.8 billion.
Convenience-store operator FamilyMart Taiwan plans nearly 40 new stores in railway stations this year.
Expansion-related costs saw Singapore-listed BreadTalk Group’s quarterly profit more than halve despite rising sales.
Struggling grocery delivery company and grocer Honestbee has a new CEO who has promised to revive the business with the support of investors.
In Asia’s burgeoning coffee culture, design has become a key means for Starbucks to create a point of difference from rival chains.
Visitors from Mainland China, the Republic of Korea, Japan and Taiwan now account for 18.5 per cent of global travel spending in the world’s top 200 cities.
Taiwanese brand Chatime has incorporated large areas of 3D-painted walls into the interior design of Japanese stores, targeting female customers who enjoy taking selfies.
H&M has teamed with Angel Chen in a capsule collection – the fast-fashion label’s first partnership with a Chinese designer.
Jeweller Chow Tai Fook says same-store sales in its Hong Kong home market and Macau fell by 11 per cent in the June quarter.
Ten Ren Vietnam will close all of its 23 stores on August 15, local franchise holder Vietnam Coffee Trading Service has announced.
Taiwan’s Kiki Noodle Bar, a chain known for its health-conscious take on spicy Sichuanese cuisine, is launching in Hong Kong later this month at IFC mall in Central.