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Fast Retailing Group has reported a decline in revenues for Uniqlo Japan against broader successes internationally in its first quarter.
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.
Singapore’s Temasek Holdings is reportedly looking to quit its stake in Hong Kong-headquartered beauty products retailer AS Watson.
Crabtree & Evelyn Singapore is in the process of closing all of its 12 stores on the island and will move exclusively online.
New York toy retailer FAO Schwarz has opened a private, invitation-only store in Hong Kong, designed by Studio X.
Shanghai and Singapore have overtaken Hong Kong in Asia’s most expensive city rankings.
Alfred Tea shops in Los Angeles, Tokyo and New York will soon be joined by stores in Hong Kong and Mainland China.
Tiffany & Co sales grew 10 per cent worldwide in the third quarter, with China performing strongly.
Food delivery startup Plum has laid off its entire staff.
A major Esprit revamp promises to restore sales growth and profits within five years.
Nearly two-thirds of consumers in Asia will no longer shop with a retailer after just one poor customer experience.
DFS Group has kicked off its annual gifting campaign at T Galleria by DFS in Okinawa.