China Latest News - Inside Retail Singapore

1004Laboratory launches Artois in Asia

Korean beauty solution company 1004Laboratory has launched its brand Artois into Asia.

Novena invests in haircut chain Xingkeduo

Singapore-headquartered Novena Global Lifecare has completed a US$475.4 million merger with Xingkeduo.

China boosts Uniqlo parent

Uniqlo owner Fast Retailing’s healthy online sales and strong performance in overseas markets, particularly in China, have helped boost its third quarter results.

Riccardo Tisci makes magic at Burberry

Burberry is hailing the success of new creative director Riccardo Tisci as its June-quarter same-store sales grew by 4 per cent.

Reinvented Crabtree & Evelyn plans flagship stores across Asia

Beauty products brand Crabtree & Evelyn is preparing to relaunch online ahead of opening flagship stores in major Asian cities.

Starbucks China launches world-first Starbucks Now store

Starbucks China has opened its first Starbucks Now store – an express retail experience that integrates Starbucks physical and digital customer touch points.

Dasin Retail to acquire China’s Doumen Metro mall

Dasin Retail Trust is to buy China’s Doumen Metro mall for US$274.8 million.

Alibaba launches Tmall Global in English portal for sellers

Alibaba has launched Tmall Global in English, making it easier for sellers of all sizes to capitalise on Chinese shoppers’ demand for quality imported products.

Hong Kong and New York options for US$1 billion Miniso IPO

Chinese discount merchandise chain Miniso is reportedly planning an IPO raising as much as US$1 billion to continue its rapid expansion.

Dalian Wanda eyes Singapore IPO

China’s largest commercial developer, Dalian Wanda Group, is planning to list a real estate business in Singapore.

Singapore’s Paradise restaurant group plans Asia-wide expansion

Paradise restaurant group is targeting 150 outlets worldwide by 2021, with a focus on Singapore.

Alibaba management shakeup sees CFO promoted

The most significant Alibaba management shakeup since founder Jack Ma revealed he would step aside next September 10 sees high-profile CFO Maggie Wu take on a new role.

x

SUBSCRIBE
FREE NEWS BRIEFS Get breaking news delivered

Privacy Preference Center