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Shiseido and AS Watson have been close partners for years – now they are about to get even closer.
Bobbi Brown cosmetics is launching on Lazada Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore this week.
Thai coffee chain Cafe Amazon has opened its first outlets in Singapore.
Berli Jucker, the operator of Thailand’s Big C retail stores, has reported revenue of US$979 million in the first quarter.
Another Bangkok riverside mall is in the early stages of planning after the Port Authority of Thailand said it will develop Klong Toey land it no longer needs.
Quick-service restaurant firm Yum China Holdings is seeking entry for Little Sheep into the Thai hotpot market, reportedly worth US$156.7 million.
Maxim’s has partnered with a local subsidiary of Singapore-headquartered Fraser & Neave to acquire Starbucks Thailand.
Tapestry, the parent of Coach, Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman, plans to open about 100 stores in Asia this year, most of them in China.
Singapore-based online food store Grain has raised US$10 million in series B funding.
Takashimaya says it is evaluating opportunities to open department stores in the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia.
Singapore’s BreadTalk Group has reported a year-on-year revenue increase of 6.1 per cent.
Fresh from a US$20 million funding injection, omnichannel-solutions startup CitiXsys plans to open six offices across Asia.