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Coronavirus Archives

Hong Kong cash handout aims to boost business

Hong Kong permanent residents will receive a HK$10,000 cash handout from the government in coming weeks as the territory...

Aeon in Malaysia boosts sales and profits on new stores

Aeon in Malaysia has reported a 5.4 per cent boost in sales last year to US$275.9 million, boosting profit by 3.97 per c...

Online focus pays off as Sabina sales surge

An aggressive online focus saw listed Thai lingerie retailer Sabina achieve 14.3 per cent sales growth last year.

Supply-chain worries grow as coronavirus crisis continues

Some global retailers have begun reopening stores in Mainland China as the coronavirus crisis continues - but concerns r...

Dejected Chinese consumers fear coronavirus will last until at least July

A new report has shown demoralised Chinese consumers are not expecting the coronavirus crisis to end any time soon.

Loss-making Bauhaus to close 10 stores, axe 100 staff

Hong Kong fashion group Bauhaus International says it will close up to 10 loss-making stores in Hong Kong.

China Jo Jo Drugstores turns to profit in December quarter

Online and offline pharmaceutical and healthcare retailer and wholesaler China Jo-Jo Drugstores boosted revenue by 7.9 p...

Puma experiences its best year yet as sales soar globally

Puma’s worldwide sales surged 18.4 per cent last year, to €5.502 billion and its pre-tax profit rose 40 per cent to €262...

Bossini loss balloons as protests hit Hong Kong sales

Apparel retailer Bossini has revealed a loss of HK$93.7 million during the six months to December - more than triple the...

Malaysian retailers hit by coronavirus

Malaysian retailers operating in tourist zones have seen sales plunge in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.