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Kyoto-headquartered coffee chain % Arabica Coffee is to open its first store in Singapore.
US luxury fashion retailer Fred Segal is planning to expand its business in Asia with new stores opening in Taiwan and Malaysia.
Electrical, IT and furniture retailer Courts Asia has narrowed a quarter-on-quarter loss following transformation work in its Malaysia operations.
The Mao Shan Cafe, a franchised food retail network with a menu centred on durian, plans to open 200 outlets across Mainland China by 2022.
Puma is on a roll. Southeast Asia GM explains the secrets to the brand’s success in the region.
“Underperforming” subsidiaries and rising rent and labour costs are disturbing the chairman of Hong Kong-listed multinational retailer Dairy Farm International.
Japanese beauty product mail order service Beauty Garage has opened e-commerce sites and showrooms in Singapore and Malaysia.
Grab has unveiled what it describes as Southeast Asia’s “first everyday superapp”, GrabPlatform.
Southeast Asian online shoppers are leading the world when it comes to spending on shopping apps.
Regulation changes in Malaysia dragged down both revenue and profits for retailer Courts Asia.
Jollibee Foods says it will invest S$45 million in a private equity fund to acquire the master franchise of Tim Ho Wan in Asia Pacific.
Malaysian fast-food group QSR Brands is mulling an IPO to raise around MR2 billion (US$509.6 million).