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Do Best cosmetic

Japanese cosmetics brand Do-Best eyes Asian expansion

Japanese cosmetics brand Do-Best is looking at opportunities in the Philippines and broader Southeast Asia markets.

11Street Thailand

11street Thailand launched by SK Planet

SK Planet says 11street Thailand is the first Korean-owned eCommerce marketplace to open in the Southeast Asian nation.

Innisfree _Yoona

Innisfree to launch in Indonesia

Innisfree is launching in Indonesia in conjunction with Time International.

Ookbeemall

Competition squeezes out Ookbee Mall

Ookbee Mall Thailand is closing its eCommerce business Ookbeemall.com, citing heavy competition.

HONG KONG - DECEMBER 26, 2015: inside New Town Plaza. New Town Plaza is a shopping mall in the town

Shiseido income hit by currency variations

Shiseido had net earnings of ¥32 billion yen (US$281 million) last year, but was hit by currency variations.

SINGAPORE - NOVEMBER 07, 2015: interior of grocery store in Sing

IGD Singapore to be base for region

An IGD Singapore team has been set up by the international food and grocery research and training charity.

Soo-Kee jewelry

Soo Kee Group forming JV in Thailand

Soo Kee Group has sealed a deal to form a company with Thai jeweller Aurora Design.

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Hooters of Singapore leads Asia expansion

Hooters of Singapore Marina Bay has opened, led by franchisee Destination Properties Group.

Megafash

iFashion Group reels in Megafash

iFashion Group has acquired Megafash in a US$2.23 million cash-and-shares deal.

Audiowav

Audiowav Media eyes Asia expansion

As it prepares to list on the Philippine Stock Exchange, Audiowav Media plans to expand to other Asian markets.

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Time International introduces Sweet Monster

Korea’s Sweet Monster has arrived in Indonesia as the first F&B retail venture of Time International.

Asian young woman in fashion store or shop paying with credit card

Emerging Asian nations producing more international travellers

Outbound travellers from emerging Asian nations outnumber those from developed countries, a new report shows.

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