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Malaysia’s retail sales show resurgence, online strong

As the country reopens, the move towards online shopping looks to be structural. Malaysians have the same propensity to ...

Retail sales in Singapore surge as border restrictions relaxed

Retail sales in Singapore surged 17.4 per cent in April (excluding motor vehicles), faster than the rate of 13.6 per cen...

Hong Kong retail sales rebound as voucher scheme kicks in

According to the Census and Statistics Department, April sales were 11.7 per cent higher than a year earlier.

China retail sales decline worst in two years

Sales of goods plummeted by 9.7 per cent year on year, while the catering sector saw a 22.7 per cent drop in sales as di...

Singapore retail sales rebound as Covid impact wanes

Singapore retail sales bounced back in March as the city state continued to ease Covid-related trading restrictions.

Omicron restrictions throttled Hong Kong retail sales in March

Of March’s total retail sales, online sales accounted for 11.7 per cent, up by 30.9 per cent year on year.

Singapore retail sales slipped in February

Singapore retail sales (excluding vehicles) fell by 1.8 per cent in February, a significant reversal from the 16.1 per c...

South Korea’s retail sales rebounded in February

The humble offline sales were estimated to be impacted by the widespread of the Omnicron variant in the country causing ...

China retail sales saw strong growth in January and February

The sales of the two months were combined to reduce to influence of the timing of the Lunar New Year holiday.
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Lunar New Year timing sparks boost in Singapore retail sales

Singapore retail sales – excluding motor vehicles – surged 15.8 per cent in January, but most of this was caused by the ...