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Uniqlo-Japan

Uniqlo Japan sales slide, but international performs well

Fast Retailing Group has reported a decline in revenues for Uniqlo Japan against broader successes internationally in its first quarter.

lazada

Lazada commits to removing counterfeit South Korean goods

Lazada has pledged to remove any counterfeit South Korean goods from its platform.

Joyful Young Asian Women Shopping Together In Store

Not delivering on customer experience costs retailers in Asia

Nearly two-thirds of consumers in Asia will no longer shop with a retailer after just one poor customer experience.

La Lola

La Lola Churreria to launch in Singapore

La Lola Churreria will soon open its first store in Singapore at Clarke Quay Central.

shiseido

Shiseido joins Luxasia in Philippine joint venture

Philippine joint venture will enhance the product lineup of Shiseido’s prime brands.

Supermarket shopping

Southeast Asia a pain point for Dairy Farm International

“Significant challenges” across the Southeast Asian supermarket business are continuing to test Hong Kong-listed multi-format retailer Dairy Farm International.

Jessica Jung Zalora

Zalora launches Jessica Jung collection

Online fashion retailer Zalora is partnering with Blanc & Eclare by Korean-American singer and fashion icon Jessica Jung.

ShakeShack

Shake Shack Singapore launch confirmed

Shake Shack Singapore will make its debut in the new Jewel Changi complex currently under construction.

Miniso

Tencent and Hillhouse Capital invest in Miniso

Tencent and Hillhouse Capital have invested RMB1 billion (US$146 million) into fast-growing Chinese discount retailer Miniso.

Zalora

Zalora Group names new CMO

Online fashion retailer Zalora Group has appointed a new chief marketing officer to help boost its Asia-wide profile.

Berlin, Germany - June 2018: The Esprit Logo On Store Exterior / Shop Facade  In Berlin, Germany

Fashion label Esprit confirms heavy loss

Struggling fashion label Esprit is looking to a new CEO and incoming chairman to turn the business around after a horror year.

Costa coffee

Coca-Cola to pay US$5.1 billion for Costa Coffee

Coca-Cola has agreed to buy UK cafe chain Costa Coffee from listed hotel operator Whitbread for US$5.1 billion.

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