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Hong Kong casual apparel brand Giordano International has reported a small increase in sales for last year – and a small dip in profit.
Men wearing make-up – once a practice unique to TV stars and celebrities – is becoming a part of popular culture in South Korea.
Hong Kong, Tokyo, Seoul and Singapore are among the hottest shopping destinations for Chinese tourists last year, according to Ctrip.
The first Jumbo Seafood South Korea restaurant is on schedule to open by the third quarter of this year.
Half of online shoppers in Asia-Pacific make purchases cross-border.
Strong international sales ensured respectable McDonald’s results in the latest quarter.
The world’s largest luxury retailer LVMH shrugged off broader market pessimism overnight reporting record revenue of €46.8 billion last year.
Tumbling iPhone demand drove an uncharacteristic decline in Apple sales in the first quarter trimming back its profit for the period.
South Korean private equity firm Unison Capital is selling its Gong Cha bubble tea franchise in a deal likely to fetch up to US$442 million.
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.
Lazada has pledged to remove any counterfeit South Korean goods from its platform.
Nearly two-thirds of consumers in Asia will no longer shop with a retailer after just one poor customer experience.