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(Source: The Manila Times | May 20, 2015) John Lewis, a chain of quality department stores operating through out Great Britain, will open its first shop-in-shop in the Philippines at SM Makati today. The chain is part of the John...
(Source: Inside Retail Asia | May 19, 2015) Robinsons Retail Holdings says its net income rose 39.1 per cent to P781 million (US$17.5 million) in the first quarter of 2015. Robinsons Philippines runs a raft of retail businesses split into six operating...
(Source: By Richmond Mercurio (The Philippine Star) | Updated May 18, 2015) The maiden supermarket venture of the Ayala family and businessman Lucio Co – two of the country’s richest – is set to materialize as early as next month with...
(Source: Sun Star | By Katlene O. Cacho) MR-Megawide Cebu Airport Corp. (GMCAC) is eyeing construction of the airport’s new retail zone in June this year. Estee Marie Patiño-Plunket said that GMCAC is looking at improving the design and locations of retail...
(Source: BusinessWorld | May 17, 2015 ) A new wing, which opened last week, makes the mall much, much bigger. The UP Town Center Phase 1B is all of 26,000 square meters, bringing the entire complex up to 30,700 sq.m. A...
(Source: Inside Retail Asia | May 14, 2015) A Philippines property developer has raised US$112 million to help fund the ambitious development plan for 100 shopping malls across the nation. DoubleDragon Properties Corp plans to roll out the 100 CityMalls-branded centres...
(Source: ABS-CBNnews.com | May 14, 2015) SM Prime Holdings is opening its 52nd shopping mall in the Philippines on Friday. SM Prime, owned by the family of the Philippines' richest man Henry Sy, said SM City San Mateo is its fourth mall...
(Source: Manila Bulletin | May 12, 2015) The country’s first LEGO-certified store at KidZania Building in Bonifacio Global City opened its doors on Tuesday (May 12, 2015). Children and AFOLs (or Adult Fans of LEGO) alike can now immerse themselves in...
(Source: ABS-CBNnews.com | May 12, 2015) Philippine Seven Corporation (PSC), the local licensee of 7-Eleven convenience stores, said its net income jumped 13 percent in the first quarter. In a statement, PSC said its net income rose 12.9 percent to P112.9 million...
(Source: Manila Standard Today | Jenniffer B. Austria | May. 11, 2015 ) DoubleDragon Properties Corp., a joint venture between Edjar Sia II and Tony Tan Caktiong, said Monday it raised another P5 billion in fixed rate corporate notes to finance...
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