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7-Eleven Singapore partners with Pay2Home to serve the unbanked

7-Eleven Singapore will collect cash payments for transactions initiated via home-grown financial-services company Pay2Home’s digital platform.

South Korean convenience stores wind back 24-hour service

South Korean convenience-store owners are cancelling 24-service as minimum wage rise has eroded profits. Last year, president Moon Jae-in launched a campaign to raise the hourly minimum wage by 29 per cent over two years. With night-shift employees earning time-and-a-half pay, franchisees have been struggling to pay part-time staff during the small hours. Not all stores traded arou…

7-Eleven Malaysia buys into ride-hailing service

7-Eleven Malaysia Holding has acquired a 46.45-per-cent equity stake in local delivery firm Myinteractivelab for US$1.8 million.

7-Eleven India plans 1000+ stores in Mumbai

7-Eleven India is poised to launch in Mumbai, marking the first major international convenience-store chain to take on local players.

7-Eleven Japan has been underpaying staff for up to 50 years

Investigators have discovered 7-Eleven Japan to have been underpaying staff since the 1970s, according to a Nikkei report.

7-Eleven Malaysia plans to take control of Caring Pharmacy

Convenience store operator 7-Eleven Malaysia Holdings is to boost its stake in Caring Pharmacy Group and take control of the chain.

7-Eleven Malaysia’s profit up 10 per cent year on year

7-Eleven Malaysia’s profit surged 10 per cent year on year in the third quarter.

Hong Kong protests taint solid Dairy Farm results

Ongoing restructuring is impacting on Dairy Farm International’s grocery and convenience sales – but total group income is up.

Hong Kong protests taint solid Dairy Farm results

Ongoing restructuring is impacting on Dairy Farm International’s grocery and convenience sales – but total group income is up.

Japan and South Korea battle it out in Vietnam retail market

South Korean companies are engaged in a fierce battle with Japanese rivals in the Vietnam retail market, which has emerged as a “post-China.”

7-Eleven parent cuts staff, closes stores

Japanese 7-Eleven parent Seven & I Holdings is preparing to cut 3000 jobs in its 2022 fiscal year.

Hong Kong retailers shutter stores as protest intensity heightens

With public transport being disrupted almost daily for the last week or more, retailers are closing stores not just because of protests but because to ensure the welfare of their staff.