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Digital-payments company Visa has invested an undisclosed amount into Southeast Asian ride-sharing startup Go-Jek.
Consumer goods retailer Saha will launch its first unmanned stores in Thailand within three months.
Siam Commercial Bank has made a “significant investment” in Indonesian ride-hailing app Go-Jek.
Giordano International is set to report a second successive quarter of heavy sales decline.
Hong Kong-headquartered flash-sale pioneer OnTheList is preparing to launch subsidiaries in three more Asia-Pacific markets as initial international forays pay off.
Thai retail giant Central Group is planning to expand its Big C Vietnam supermarket business.
Lazada will hold its first Mid-Year Festival on July 12.
Thailand’s Charoen Pokphand Group to co-locate a new Pattaya mall, apartments and convention centre with the town’s high-speed rail terminal.
Saha Group is opening a new wave of Lawson Thailand convenience stores in subway stations and airports.
Tesco Thailand is evaluating opening 750 more convenience stores, which would expand its overall network by about 50 per cent.
Same-store sales by watch retailer City Chain improved last year – but parent Stelux Holdings still recorded a loss of US$4.4 million.
Tesco Asia sales soared 7.3 per cent in actual rates in the May quarter, driven largely by Bangkok.