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Southeast Asian online shoppers are leading the world when it comes to spending on shopping apps.
Upscale Tokyo cafe Omotesando Koffee will soon open in Bangkok.
Giorgio Armani Beauty has launched its first boutique for southeast Asia, at Central Lat Phrao.
Thai shopping centre developer Central Pattana says it is revitalising its premium malls to “pioneer future trends of retail and tackle the digital era”.
A JV between JD.com and Central Group, Central JD Commerce will launch online marketplace in August.
Spar Asia-Pacific continues to post solid growth, with the Thailand network already up to 30 stores just a year after its launch.
Second-hand branded designer products retailer Brand Off Tokyo is about to open its first flagship store for Thailand.
Just one of Japanese department store chain Takashimaya’s three overseas stores is currently trading at a profit.
Shilla Duty Free has posted record-high first-quarter sales of KRW1.14 trillion (US$1 billion).
Watsons Thailand says it will have an “O and O” (“online+offline”) focus for its growth this year.
Jollibee Foods says it will invest S$45 million in a private equity fund to acquire the master franchise of Tim Ho Wan in Asia Pacific.
Lyn Vietnam is opening three more stores, in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi.