Vietnam Latest News - Inside Retail Asia

Saigon Co.op

Vietnam grocer Saigon Co.op plans nearly 600 new stores

Vietnam grocer Saigon Co.op has revealed an ambitious store rollout program for 2017.

Jumbo-seafood-outlet

Jumbo Group China to open Beijing restaurant

Seafood restaurant owner Jumbo Group China has signed a JV agreement to open its first outlet in Beijing.

Zara TH

Zara Thailand launches online

E-commerce expansion follows Malaysia, Singapore; Vietnam and India to follow.

Saigon Centre Keppell

Keppel boosts Saigon Centre stake

Singapore-headquartered Keppel Corp has paid VND 845.9 billion (S$53.5 million) to boost its stake in Saigon Centre beyond 50 per cent.  

SINGAPORE - CIRCA NOVEMBER, 2015: Zara store at Singapore Changi Airport. Changi Airport  is the pri

Inditex Group sales rise on new stores

Zara parent Inditex Group sales rose by 12 per cent in its latest trading year, reaching €23.3 billion.

HONG KONG - DECEMBER 25, 2015: interior of ifc shopping mall in Hong Kong. Hong Kong shopping malls

Soft Asian market fails to slow Samsonite sales growth

Samsonite sales grew 17.3 per cent to US$2.81 billion in the year to December 31.

MK restaurant

MK Restaurants plans US$11m expansion

Thailand’s MK Restaurants Group plans five years of expansion, including Singapore and other overseas markets.

Retail-CoE VN

Vietnamese retailers get hand-up for regional expansion

Vietnamese retailers have been offered a helping hand in expanding regionally by the Singapore Retail Center of Excellence.

Aeon mall

Aeon Vietnam plans second Hanoi centre

Aeon Vietnam is to build a second property in Hanoi, in the Ha Dong district.

Gong Cha

International brands battle for Vietnam milk tea market

As Vietnam’s economy grows the Vietnam milk tea market has become a battleground for foreign franchises.

The gioi di dong

Vietnam chain launches as BigPhone in Cambodia

Vietnam’s The Gioi Di Dong chain has opened its first store in Cambodia, named BigPhone.

Online shopping with card

Central Group turns focus to e-commerce

Central Group aims to raise the share of its e-commerce sales to 15 per cent over five years.

x

SUBSCRIBE
FREE NEWS BRIEFS Get breaking news delivered