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Innisfree Dong Khoi

Innisfree Vietnam opens second store

Innisfree Vietnam has opened its second store, in Vincom Center, Ho Chi Minh City.

Momande

Mamonde launches Singapore site on Lazada

Korean brand Mamonde has launched an e-commerce site for Singapore on Lazada.

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Innisfree to launch in Indonesia

Innisfree is launching in Indonesia in conjunction with Time International.

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Tax changes lower Mainland cosmetics prices

Mainland cosmetics prices are tumbling by up to 30 per cent after the government reduced taxes.

Innisfree Vietnam

Innisfree Vietnam marks maiden store

Innisfree Vietnam is to open its first store in Ho Chi Minh City.

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CapitaLand to buy Galleria mall Chengdu

CapitaLand Retail China Trust (CRCT) is buying a Galleria mall Chengdu for RMB1.5 billion.

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Profit boost for AmorePacific

Multi-brand beauty retailer and wholesaler AmorePacific has reported  a 30.7 per cent leap in first quarter profits.

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Multi-brand Korean cosmetic shops thrive

Multi-brand Korean cosmetic shops are burgeoning, giving consumers a broader choice of products and price points  as major retail groups battle for market share.

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Tmall driving more than sales for top beauty brands

Scores of top beauty brands and cosmetics companies are setting up shop on Alibaba Group’s Tmall.com online marketplace.

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CapitaLand China growth outpaces economy

Singapore’s CRCT shopping mall investment company – CapitaLand China – grew its income by 10.3 per cent last year while China’s economy lagged at 6.9 per cent.

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Massive Innisfree China store planned

Korean retailer Amore Pacific has announced Innisfree China will open an 827 sqm flagship store in Shanghai.

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Inside China: retailing’s new powerhouse

Shanghai might be inside China – but the modern, affluent, westernised city with its glitzy architecture, expensive cars and countless luxury retailers is not the real China.

China is a tale of two economies: the fast, flashy city, and the hinterland where the majority of people remain relatively poor and eke out an existence waiting for their inevitable migration to the cities.

Which explains why you can walk around a gleaming new mall packed with expensive brands like Burberry, Louis Vui…

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