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US party plan cosmetics business Nu Skin sees Asia as a key to achieving $5 billion in global sales by 2020.
Central Group Thailand says it is planning to open a new department store in the Italian city of Turin within the next two years.
Japanese trading company Mitsui & Co has bought a stake in Singapore-based Triple, which runs Under Armour Asia.
Thailand’s Central Restaurants Group says it plans to have Mister Donut Thailand outlets trading in all 77 Thai provinces by the end of this year.
With the middle class predicted to double to 1.32 billion by 2020, Asian consumers – and their expectations – are changing rapidly.
US-based pizza chain Figaro’s is seeking franchisees across most of Asia after success in the Middle East.
Chinese mobile phone brand Huawei is planning a major Asian regional retail rollout, with 1500 new retail sale points planned, 100 in Thailand.
Iprice Group, a Malaysia-based online price comparison service for shoppers, has received a $550,000 cash investment from an angel investor venture capital group.
Beauty and perosnal care network Watsons Thailand will open 50 new stores this year – many of them with a larger footprint.
Thailand’s Jubilee of Siam has opened what it says is Asia’s largest diamond boutique, a 1500 sqm store spread over four floors in the heart of Bangkok.
Patara Thai to expand into Europe under a joint venture between Thailand’s S&P and Singapore’s Minor International.
South Korean QSR chain Bulgogi Brothers has opened its first Thai outlet, Bulgogi Brothers Bangkok, and plans to enter Taiwan, Japan and India this year.