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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.

UK buoys Westfield Group growth

Future development pipeline now totals $11 billion.

Westfield to expand into Brazil

Surprise investment to be announced Wednesday.

British shopkeepers recall riot horror – updated

16,000 police put on London’s streets, but riots spread to other cities.

Retailers devastated as London burns

From family owned corner stores to listed department stores, rioters destroy London shops.

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.

Aeropostale launches Facebook store

US apparel giant embraces social networking opportunity.

Puma workers in mass fainting

Investigators reveal cause of a mass fainting in a Puma factory in Cambodia.

Chinese getting choosier

China will likely become the second largest consumer market in the world by 2015.

Apple takes iTunes into the clouds

Steve Jobs emerges from medical leave overnight to unveil Apple’s latest gamechanger, the iCloud.

Luxury brand to launch eyewear

Leading global fashion brand signs deal with Marchon Group to create an eyewear range.

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