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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.
US apparel company HanesBrands plans to double its Champion Asia store network within two years.
Alibaba Group has launched its 2019 11.11 Global Shopping Festival, taking the annual event into its second decade.
Chinese discount merchandise retailer Miniso has launched a Miniso $2 outlet store format, with its first shop opening in Singapore.
Cosmetics giant Shiseido is to buy Drunk Elephant, a fast-growing prestige skincare brand recognised for clean product development.
Japanese bakery brand Croquant Chou Zakuzaku will open its first store in Singapore next month.
Japansese fashion retailer Uniqlo and Toray Industries are creating clothes made from recycled plastic bottles, which will go on sale next year in Singapore and other Asian markets.
Tofugear has published its annual Asia Digital Transformation Report, in which 150 Asian retail leaders and executives spokes of their innovation plans.
Japanese baker Hattendo is planning to ramp up its store rollout in Asia, with particular focus on Greater China and Southeast Asia.
East Japan Railway Co. is expanding its operations into Singapore with new JR East metro station stores launching in island’s metro stations.
International private equity company TA Associates will take an undisclosed stake in fast-growing bubble-tea chain Gong Cha.
Takashimaya in China has reversed its decision to shut down its Shanghai store after negotiating a rent reduction.