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Competition is increasing in the Bangkok retail-property market, according to international property consultant CBRE.
L’Oreal Paris has revamped its store at the Bangkok King Power Downtown II Srivaree, making its first travel-retail flagship worldwide.
Grab has expanded its fintech offer with “Buy Now Pay Later” facility and an online store check-out plugin.
Thailand’s Pace Development Corporation has sold its 50 per cent stake in Dean & DeLuca Japan.
Airports of Thailand says it will maintain a monopoly on its airport duty-free retailing.
Bangkok-headquartered omnichannel fashion company Pomelo has appointed Jim Boland, former RedMart CFO, as its new CFO.
Chinese re tech company Yo-ren has secured US$11 million in a funding round it plans to use to expand into Thailand and Malaysia.
L’Oreal’s AI and AR firm ModiFace and AS Watson Group have launched a virtual makeup try-on service.
Lazada is boosting its cross-border operations for international brands and merchants to after its cross-border sales quadrupled over the last three years.
Hong Kong casual apparel brand Giordano International has reported a small increase in sales for last year – and a small dip in profit.
A Lancome Bangkok pop up described as a fantasy wonderland at King Power Rangnam will come to a close on March 10.
Dairy Farm Group profit fell to just US$92 million last year as the company took charges relating to the restructure of its ailing food business.