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Chicken Cottage starts expansion

Chicken Cottage has opened its second outlet in Malaysia, in Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI), taking its total to 90 stores worldwide.

Acne Studios launching 48-hour online pop-up

Acne Studios is launching a 48-hour online pop-up store offering curated classics.

Acne Studios launching 48-hour online pop-up

Acne Studios is launching a 48-hour online pop-up store offering curated classics.

Asia dominates global mall development pipeline

Asian cities dominate the top 10 cities in the global mall development pipeline, according to the latest report of commercial real-estate services firm CBRE.

Asia dominates global mall development pipeline

Asian cities dominate the top 10 cities in the global mall development pipeline, according to the latest report of commercial real-estate services firm CBRE.

Takeover whispers surround SMCP

French fashion brand owner SMCP has attracted takeover bids from Lion Capital and Chinese textile producer Shandong Ruyi Group, according to reports in Hong Kong.

Groupe Casino set to sell Big C Thailand

French supermarket company Groupe Casino has been approached to offload its profitable Big C operation in Thailand.

Bangkok set to lure Hong Kong shoppers

The Thai government is planning to cut duties on luxury goods to lure overseas tourists from the ranks of Hong Kong shoppers, another challenge to beleaguered local retailers.

Thailand set to lure shoppers from Singapore

Thailand luxury goods import duties may be cut in a move to make the nation a more attractive shopping destination for foreigners, a direct challenge to Singapore.

Singaporeans love to shop overseas

A survey by insurance company AIG shows 36 per cent of the 1205 Singaporeans polled go on holiday solely to shop.

Why do Singaporeans shop overseas?

A survey by insurance company AIG shows 36 per cent of the 1205 Singaporeans polled go on holiday solely to shop.

Supermarkets warned over Thai coconut milk

Hong Kong authorities have warned retailers to stop selling one brand of Thai coconut milk while others are tested.