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Malaysian leather goods and bags retailer Leather Avenue is planning a complete store redesign across its more than 30 outlets in Malaysia.
Online fashion label Pomelo has completed a deal with Thailand’s Central Group Looksi – previously Zalora – to absorb the online platform. Pomelo will add a variety of key international brands currently on Looksi to Pomelo’s app and website, including Adidas, Aldo, Havaianas, Topshop, Guess, Levi Jeans, and Nike. “Looksi has been serving Thai fashion e-commerce shoppers since its…
Thai developer Thaniya Group plans to invest more than US$33 million on renovating Thaniya Plaza, its first major makeover project in 30 years.
Thai oil company PTT is said to be preparing to make a bid for the Tesco Asia businesses in Malaysia and Thailand.
Ownership of ethical American shoe retailer Toms will be transferred to its creditors.
Hong Kong-headquartered lingerie brand 6ixty8ight has launched its first outlet in Mongolia and says it aims to open 16 more outlets in China this month.
Two Thai billionaires are reportedly preparing bids for the Asian operations of UK grocery giant Tesco.
Thailand’s Central Group has launched a new shopping mall, Porto de Phuket, in Phuket’s Thalang District.
Central Group subsidiary Central Retail Corporation, aims to raise up to US$2.7 billion in an initial public offering (IPO), which will be Thailand’s largest yet.
Thai Retailers Association members have stopped providing customers with plastic bags as a ban took effect on January 1.
The Thai retail industry is facing a period of low consumer confidence, according to a CBRE research report, resulting in little sales growth.
Registrations are open for the NACS Convenience Summit Asia (CSA), March 3–5, 2020, in Bangkok, Thailand.