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Source: By Richmond S. Mercurio (The Philippine Star) | February 9, 2015 MANILA, Philippines - Robinsons Land Corp. (RLC), the property development arm of tycoon John Gokongwei, is opening more shopping centers over the next two years as it intends to...
(Source: Retail in Asia | May 29, 2015 ) Sumber Alfaria Trijaya, the operator of the Alfamart convenience store chain, plans to open between 100 and 120 new stores in the Philippines through its subsidiary Alfamart Retail Asia, as part...
By: Shirley Zhu Asia’s leading convenience retailers are predicted to grow 6.6% a year to 2022 by US$5.1trillion, according to forecasts from international research organisation IGD. Based on a survey of the top 10 Asian convenience retailers, the research anticipates...
(Source: forbes.com | November 12, 2018) China’s successful online shopping frenzy “Double 11” has now spread across the globe and even influenced many Asian countries to launch the same one-day sale including the Philippines, with Lazada, which recently obtained 15%...
(Source: Inside Retail Asia | 11 January 2017) McDonald’s Malaysia has decided to ban customers taking products that are not halal-certified into its restaurants. The fast-food restaurant chain says the measure is necessary to safeguard its own halal status, reports the...
(Source: By Nandita Bose | Reuters | June 5, 2015)   In a January earnings call with investors, Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook made a confident prediction: "2015 will be the year of Apple Pay," he said. Since then, the company has...
(Source: Computerweekly.com | February 1, 2018) More than half of millennial customers would rather look for retail information online than talk to a shop assistant, according to research. A survey of online marketplace OnBuy.com’s customers found that 53% of young people...
(Source: Inside Retail Asia | April 12, 2018) Nearly half of online shoppers in Asia are dissatisfied with the experience, according to the latest UPS Pulse of the Online Shopper study. With negativity from 43 percent of Asian shoppers surveyed, they...
(Source: Inside Retail Asia | July 18, 2018) Thailand’s Central Group is considering a potential IPO of its retail assets, according to an anonymous leak. The private details, provided by more than one informant to local Thai media, suggest that the...
(Source: Fung Global Retail & Tech) On June 16, Amazon announced the signing of a definitive agreement to acquire Whole Foods Market for $13.7 billion in cash, which includes the assumption of roughly $1 billion in Whole Foods’ net debt. The...
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