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Singapore-based private equity firm Everstone plans to sell its Burger King India franchise.
Singapore retail sales slipped 1 per cent year on year in May, after motor vehicles were removed from the data.
Asia Pacific is poised for growth in precision marketing given the increasing base of 2 billion online users.
Spanish on-demand laundry startup Mr Jeff plans Singapore and the Philippines expansion.
Singapore-headquartered investment company Temasek has bought a 21.7 per cent stake in Li & Fung subsidiary LF Logistics.
Across the globe, the Holy Month of Ramadan sees a significant change in the daily lives of around a quarter of the world’s population, as families gather to celebrate.
Chinese discount merchandise chain Miniso is reportedly planning an IPO raising as much as US$1 billion to continue its rapid expansion.
China’s largest commercial developer, Dalian Wanda Group, is planning to list a real estate business in Singapore.
The giants of retail – like Walmart, Target, Amazon, Asos, Tesco, Alibaba and JD – might be trailblazers, but they are still fair game for the little guys.
Singapore retail sales slid by 1.5 per cent in March, after excluding motor vehicle sales from the data.
The Singapore grocery market is forecast to reach $9.9 billion in value by 2023.
Singapore retail sales plummeted 10 per cent year on year in February.