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Lazada has pledged to remove any counterfeit South Korean goods from its platform.
Ho Chi Minh City is getting a new shopping centre, Central Premium Mall, next year.
Nearly two-thirds of consumers in Asia will no longer shop with a retailer after just one poor customer experience.
Portuguese women’s accessories brand Parfois has opened its first store in Vietnam.
The Chinese grocery market by grow by 32.6 per cent by 2022, preserving its status as the largest grocery market in Asia.
LVMH-back private equity fund L Catterton Asia has partnered with Mitsui & Co to take an unspecified stake in Owndays.
A huge La Chapelle Vietnam flagship store is under construction, next to Ho Chi Minh City’s VivoCity mall.
Struggling department store operator Parkson Retail Asia has hinted it may close further stores as it posted yet another loss.
Luxasia Vietnam is already offering 20 brands, with more to come.
Japan’s Fast Retailing has acquired a 35 per cent stake in Hanoi-based women’s fashion brand Elise.
South Korea’s Lotte Group says it plans to invest US$11 billion in its expanding its retail business during the next five years.
Shopee has become the leading Vietnam e-commerce market player, followed by Lazada and Tiki.