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VinMart triples its revenue through expansion

Vietnamese supermarket chain VinMart has tripled its revenue in the second quarter of this year.

End is nigh for Nike golf equipment

The Nike golf equipment range – including clubs, balls and bags – is to be discontinued as the company focuses on its footwear and apparel business.  

Popular Vietnamese eCommerce site Lingo.vn axed

Vietnamese eCommerce site Lingo.vn closed suddenly yesterday, without a word of goodbye to its legion of Vietnamese fans.

Vietnam’s expanded Saigon Center reopens

After a two year revamp, Saigon Center has reopened to the public with the debut of its anchor, the Takashimaya department store.

Vietnam’s expanded Saigon Center reopens

After a two year revamp, Saigon Center has reopened to the public with the debut of its anchor, the Takashimaya department store.

Takashimaya Vietnam opens doors

Three years after the Japanese luxury department store chain announced plans to enter Saigon, Takashimaya Vietnam opened its doors at the weekend.

‘Modest’ growth for Dairy Farm International

Pan-Asia retailer Dairy Farm International Holdings reports “modest” sales growth for its latest six months.

Criteo appoints chief for ASPAC

Performance marketing technology company Criteo has appointed Yvonne Chang as executive MD of Asia-Pacific, the company’s fastest-growing region globally.

Criteo appoints chief for ASPAC

Performance marketing technology company Criteo has appointed Yvonne Chang as executive MD of Asia-Pacific, the company’s fastest-growing region globally.

Official debut for Fred Perry Vietnam

Fred Perry Vietnam will open its first official store by the end of this month.

NYDC Vietnam closes last store

The last NYDC Vietnam dessert and cafe restaurant has closed its doors after months of struggling to stay viable.

Omise receives $17.5m funding boost

Thai online payment company Omise has received Series B funding of $17.5 million.