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Uniqlo Japan sales slide, but international performs well

Fast Retailing Group has reported a decline in revenues for Uniqlo Japan against broader successes internationally in its first quarter.

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Sa Sa suffers as Hongkongers tighten purse strings  

Sa Sa International sales slipped 2.2 per cent in the latest quarter, with same-store sales in Hong Kong and Macau down 3.7 per cent.

Balenciaga eyewear

Balenciaga eyewear range launched at Dover Street Market

French luxury house Kering has launched its first in-house Balenciaga eyewear line at British Dover Street Market stores.

Song Fa

BreadTalk and Song Fa launch first Beijing restaurant

BreadTalk and Song Fa have launched their first restaurant in northern China at Beijing’s APM Mall.

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JD driverless delivery vehicles in live mainland test

JD driverless delivery vehicles have been deployed in live testing in two Mainland China cities.

Crabtree & Evelyn

Crabtree & Evelyn Singapore to close all stores

Crabtree & Evelyn Singapore is in the process of closing all of its 12 stores on the island and will move exclusively online.

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Secret FAO Schwarz Kong Kong store opens

New York toy retailer FAO Schwarz has opened a private, invitation-only store in Hong Kong, designed by Studio X.

Miniso Shopee

Miniso Singapore launches on Shopee

Miniso Singapore has partnered with e-commerce platform Shopee..

Pavillion

Tmall Luxury Pavilion gets ‘Maison’ upgrade

Tmall Luxury Pavilion, Alibaba Group’s dedicated site for high-end brands, has unveiled a redesigned app which features a new “Maison” store format.

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H&M sales rise – but there’s a catch

H&M sales grew by the fastest rate in three years during the latest quarter.

La Senza

L Brands sells La Senza business

US retailer L Brands has agreed to sell its Canadian-headquartered La Senza lingerie brand.

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Global grocery markets growth fuelled by Asia, says IGD

Global grocery markets are likely to generate an additional US$1.9 trillion in sales by 2023, led by Asian countries, according to new research data.

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