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Uniqlo

Uniqlo Asia sales power record quarter for Fast Retailing

Uniqlo Asia sales proved the star of the Fast Retailing business in the latest quarter.

Uniqlo Philippines flagship

Uniqlo Philippines counts down to global flagship launch

Uniqlo Philippines has set the opening date for what will be the Japanese brand’s largest store in Southeast Asia.

Jins eyewear

Jins Philippines opens first store, at Taguig City

Jins Philippines has opened its first store – at SM Aura in Taguig City.

Hermes

Sales staunch for Hermes International

Hermes International reports solid first-quarter sales with China again a hero.

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.

UPS-in-Hong-Kong

UPS Pulse: Asian online shoppers least happy

Nearly half of online shoppers in Asia are dissatisfied with the experience, according to the latest UPS Pulse of the Online Shopper study.

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Massive Muji fresh store opens in Osaka

Japanese retailer Muji has opened a massive 4300sqm store in Osaka, the first to feature a Muji fresh department.

Jins

Japanese eyewear chain Jins to open first Philippine store

Japanese eyewear chain Jins plans to open in the Philippines this summer.

Young man looking at shoes online. Man looking at various shoes options over internet through digita

Luxury goes mobile, Worldpay research shows

Shoppers in emerging economies want a more luxury, personalised shopping service via mobile, Worldpay research reveals.

Arabica Philippines (3)

Japan’s % Arabica arrives in Philippines

After nearly a year of anticipation, Kyoto’s % Arabica Coffee has opened its first store for the Philippines.

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Asia, Oceania drive records for Fast Retailing sales and profit

Asia and Oceania helped drive Fast Retailing sales and profit records in latest quarter.

Odd Concepts

Odd Concepts uses AI to find fashion, even on rack

Thanks to Odd Concepts, AI is helping consumers broaden their search for fashion items to match their tastes.

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