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Hong Kong-headquartered apparel chain Bossini is to close down its Taiwan business, expecting to close all 51 stores by July 31.
Taiwanese bubble-tea chain Chun Fun How is preparing to launch a flagship store at the Esplanade in Singapore this month.
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s Italian restaurant franchise Jamie’s Italian will close its locations in Hong Kong today, the chain’s last remaining overseas venues.
Embattled fashion label Esprit has posted another loss in the December half year, as sales plunged by HK$1 billion.
Four Singapore Liang Sandwich Bars have closed suddenly, angering the master franchisee for Southeast Asia, Liang Group.
Hong Kong fashion group Bauhaus International says it will close up to 10 loss-making stores in Hong Kong.
Sephora has stopped offering custom makeovers in hundreds of stores across Asia-Pacific to protect customers and staff from coronavirus.
Bluebell Group has partnered with excess-inventory sales platform OnTheList to provide omnichannel members-only flash sales in Taiwan.
Japanese restaurant franchise Kura Sushi is launching in its third overseas market, China.
Hong Kong-based firm The Fenix Group may sell its majority shareholding in high-end supermarket operator Hong Kong’s CitySuper Group. According to Bloomberg, if potential buyers show interest in the stake, it may be worth between US$300 and $400 million. Any potential purchaser at this time will inherit a business in the midst of Hong Kong’s first depression in a decade, and wit…
OnTheList says it will focus on raising awareness of sustainability in the minds of both the retail industry and consumers and open permanent showrooms in Shanghai, Taipei and Singapore this year.
Japanese retail project The Conveni has entered into a collaboration with the Invincible label.