Coronavirus Archives - Inside Retail Asia
Tse Sui Luen Jewellery has reported a US$11.6 million loss for the year to March, as the Sino-US trade war, protests and Covid-19 dented sales.
Grab Malaysia is expanding its Instant Retail service after studying customer demand for goods during the nation’s Covid-19 crisis.
This year will be remembered as the one that Covid-19 changed so many aspects of daily life we took for granted.
Data and analytics firm GlobalData is predicting an unprecedented push in e-commerce and contactless payments following the coronavirus pandemic.
Superdry has confirmed an “amicable agreement” to end its Chinese joint venture with Trendy Group and will reassume full control of its brand there.
Newly released McDonald’s sales figures have shown a marked global improvement for the business sequentially from late March through May despite Covid-19.
Comic book-themed DC Super Heroes Cafe is to close down in Singapore after five years.
Hong Kong airport is extending its relief package to tenants and other stakeholders in recognition of the prolonged impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
H&M says its sales decline in May was slightly below expectations, and less dramatic than during March and April as stores began to reopen across Asia and Europe.
Major South Korean telcos are looking to launch unstaffed outlets as they try to provide business services without face-to-face contact amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Singapore retail stores are set to reopen as the country will enter the second phase of reopening on Friday, June 19 after the Covid-19 crisis.
Listed Hong Kong restaurant and catering operator Cafe de Coral Group managed to minimise the impact on sales during Covid-19 social-distancing restrictions by expanding its online and delivery operations.