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Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay still top of the world’s most expensive retail strips

Hong Kong ́s Causeway Bay remains top of the world’s most expensive retail strips, with rents rising to US$ 2,745 per square feet per annum.

AS Watson taps millennials to lead its CSR programs

Health and beauty retailer AS Watson has established a global corporate social responsibility committee, and for the first time, it is comprised of millennials.

Giordano opens new-generation store in Dubai

Hong Kong-listed apparel brand Giordano has revealed a new generation store design in its fully renovated store in Mirdif City Centre in Dubai.

HanesBrands plans to double Champion Asia store network

US apparel company HanesBrands plans to double its Champion Asia store network within two years.

Mothercare UK enters administration, but Asian stores unaffected

Maternity retailer Mothercare has placed its UK business into administration as it seeks to protect its profitable international business.

22 Factor launches on-demand 3D knitting service

Knitwear lifestyle brand, 22 Factor, let designers create their own garments with the new on-demand 3D knitting service.

M&S halal range destined for Asia

A new M&S halal range announced in the UK has been confirmed as destined for Asia.

Singapore’s Qoo10 merges with Indian e-commerce company Shopclues

Indian e-commerce company Shopclues is merging with Singapore-based e-commerce company Qoo10.

Hong Kong’s Social Place makes Singapore debut

Hong Kong contemporary Chinese restaurant chain Social Place has launched its first outlet in Singapore at Forum The Shopping Mall.

Alibaba launches 2019 11.11 Global Shopping Festival

Alibaba Group has launched its 2019 11.11 Global Shopping Festival, taking the annual event into its second decade.

Eatigo Hong Kong aims to double its reach within the next year

Restaurant table-filler app Eatigo is set to double the user numbers and outlets it represents over the next year.

Asia cited as Ted Baker swings to a loss

UK fashion house Ted Baker has slumped into the red in the first half of the year, its position not helped by a 15.2-per-cent fall in sales in Asia.

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