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Giants eye India
Walmart, Amazon, and Tesco are sizing up the booming Indian retail market.
China's middle classes love Australasia
Study finds 40 per cent of Chinese middle class have travelled in Australasia; 94 per cent of them have purchased luxury items while travelling.
From shopping to safety
Company taps into Japan's fear of disaster by introducing a shopping bag that doubles as a safety helmet.
Angry Birds to open China store
Smartphone gaming sensation to move into retail experience.
Toys”R”Us buys Asian operations
Licensee Li & Fung to retain minority stake in Asian operations.
Diamond and gold - from a vending machine
World's first ever gold and diamond vending machine installed in Mumbai.
Jack Spade goes international
Tokyo chosen for edgy brand's first global store.
Gap plans bold Asian expansion
US apparel giant targets China and Hong Kong.
H&M secondary brands China-bound
Fashion brands Cos and Monki are set for Hong Kong expansion.
Shanghai Tang flagship to close
One of the world’s most stunningly merchandised fashion stores is to be closed after a massive rent hike.
Mulberry to enter Japan
UK fashion retailer Mulberry is making a move into Japan.
Apple opens third Shanghai store
Rapid expansion to curb unauthorised stores.
Apple debuts in Hong Kong
Apple opens its first Hong Kong store.
Louis Vuitton's bold flagship opens in Singapore
Louis Vuitton opens its super luxury world first 'island store' in Singapore.
Retailers missing out on Chinese tourist opportunities
Retailers and other service providers are missing out on sales to Chinese tourists because they're unprepared.
Woolworths names new food and liquor chief
New recruit currently CEO of Tesco Malaysia.
What bankrobbers and retailers have in common
A famous bank robber's alleged quote has strong resonance with modern retailing, writes property columnist Michael Baker.
Indians embrace 'tryvertising' concept
Tryvertising - where advertising and consumer product sampling are rolled into one - is proving a hit in India.
China's middle class tsunami
Every day more Chinese consumers enter the middle class. How are - and can - western retailers share the new wealth?
The world is pink: inside Barbie
It sounds like a recipe for disaster: launching a brand based around an anatomically impossible tall blonde Caucasian doll in the middle of China’s richest city...
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EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK: Open for business
Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids, and West Elm open the doors on their first Aust...
Rollercoaster ride isn't over yet
Many retailers will see a light at the end of the tunnel in 2013, but shouldn't hope for a miracl...
First impressions can be lasting, and quality VM can say volumes about a retail store before a cu...
The new luxury
Baffled by fashion? French fashion consultant Jean Jacques Picart can simplify it for you.
While some department stores are struggling, Britain's John Lewis is an example of one getting it...
The perfect storm
Retailers will face further pain as the impact of global fast fashion giants entering the Austral...
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