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The Mall Group facelift to cost THB17 billion

The Mall Group plans to spend up to THB17 billion (US$544.2 million) initially to overhaul its Bangkok complexes.

Muji

Why Muji – the anti-brand – can endure in a world of brands

In an era when branding has never seemed so important, the enduring success of Japan’s Muji might seem perplexing to many.

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‘Multiple bids’ for Toys R Us Asia

“Multiple bids” of more than US$1 billion have been lodged for the 85 per cent share of the Toys R Us Asia joint venture with Fung Group.

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Discounting clampdown boosts Tesco Asia profits

Actively reducing coupons and heavy bulk discounting programs has boosted Tesco Asia’s bottom line.

SINGAPORE - NOVEMBER 08, 2015: interior of Nine West store in The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. Nine

Nine West collapses under massive debts

Women’s shoe retailer Nine West, laden with billions of dollars of debt, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in New York.

Work from home

Kokuyo plans stores for people working from home

Japanese office furniture maker Kokuyo is to open retail shops in Thailand targeting the growing ranks of people who work from home.

How SookSiam will look when complete later this year.

SookSiam centrepiece for IconSiam

SookSiam will take up 15,000sqm of the ground floor of the massive IconSiam being built on the banks of the Chao Phraya River.  

Luxury-fashion

Luxury retailers ‘missing out on engagement’

No one can accuse luxury retailers of cutting corners where advertising spend is concerned, but they’re still left wanting writes Christophe Cais.

BEDGEAR

Bedgear Thailand partners with Dunlopillo

Bedgear Thailand has launched Bedgear Performance Sleep Shops.

7 Eleven TH store

7-Eleven Thailand to introduce AI in 11,000 stores

7-Eleven Thailand is to roll out advanced AI technology, including facial recognition of employees and customers, across 11,000 stores.

Samsonite

Samsonite Asia sales boosted by Tumi

Samsonite Asia sales lept 16 per cent last year, driven by the acquisition of Tumi.

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Southeast Asian grocery business mars Dairy Farm International’s bottom line

Poor trading by Dairy Farm International’s Southeast Asian grocery business hit the company’s bottom line last year.

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