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Singapore-listed REIT BHG Retail’s first-year results beat their IPO forecasts.
Emirates Leisure Retail has opened a Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck Changi airport restaurant.
Grocery retailer Sheng Siong profit rose 10.4 per cent last year on the back of new store openings.
BreadTalk profit increased nearly fourfold in the last quarter to $4.43 million, up from $1.15 million.
Esprit Holdings reports a “significant recovery” in turning around a HK$238 million loss to a net profit of HK$61 million.
The Singapore online grocery market is set to more than triple in size over the next three years, according to research house IGD.
A modest rise in Gap sales over the final quarter provided some much needed respite for beleaguered US apparel retailer.
Asda sales in the final three months of 2016 fell by 2.9 per cent.
The Prospex, a nine-storey retail and office building next to Bugis+, is back on the market.
The government has pegged more than S$80 million for a Singapore digital education program for SMEs.
Miu Miu Singapore has partnered with The Shilla Duty Free to open a pop-up store at Changi Airport.
The Straits Times has reported an investment arm of NTUC is leading a bidding battle to buy Jurong Point mall.