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Daniel Wellington boosts travel retail focus

Daniel Wellington is strengthening its expansion in global travel retail, opening more than 35 stores in key travel destinations during the past six months.

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.

Siam-Makro

CP All mulls opportunities in China, India, Myanmar

CP All is assessing expansion opportunities in China and India for its Siam Makro cash-and-carry retail chain.

Zilingo

Zilingo raises $54 million in third funding round

Singapore-based lifestyle marketplace Zilingo has raised US$54 million in series-C funding, taking its total capital raised to $82 million.

Alipay-supermarket

Alipay expands into four Asian countries

Alipay is now accepted in four new markets, doubling the number of countries accepting the system in Southeast Asia.

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NBA online stores spread across APAC

In partnership with the National Basketball Association, Fanatics has launched official NBA online stores across Asia Pacific.

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA - CIRCA MAY, 2016: supermarket at Suria KLCC. Suria KLCC is a shopping mall l

Flat quarter for Dairy Farm sales

Dairy Farm sales were described as “flat” in the third quarter to September 30.

Jiffy Mart

PTT plan will see Jiffy Marts replace 7-Elevens  

PTT plans to start replacing 7-Eleven stores at its petrol stations with its own Jiffy Marts.

True Money Wallet app

TrueMoney Wallet app offers new services

Ascend Group has improved its TrueMoney Wallet app for Thailand users.

AKA yakiniku

Zen Corporation seeks expansion via franchising

Zen Corporation Group seeks to take its AKA yakiniku restaurant chain into Southeast Asia through franchising.

RIGA LATVIA - SEPTEMBER 8 2016: Alibaba app on App Store.

Alibaba project in Thailand to support Asean e-commerce

Alibaba Group will build an e-commerce park in Thailand to serve the Asean e-commerce market.

CEO

New Dairy Farm CEO named

Dairy Farm CEO Graham Allan is to step down on August 31, to be replaced by ex Coles Supermarkets Australia chief.

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