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2015-01-20

Retail News Roundup – Jan 20

The top 5 retail news clips in Asia this week.
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1 – 5 key areas retailers must think about in 2015
Soaring consumer expectations in 2015 will drive some of the biggest change in the retail industry since e-commerce took off in the early noughties, predicts Manhattan Associates. >>

2 – External investors to finance Wanda Plazas
China’s Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties Co yesterday said four investors have agreed to contribute 24 billion yuan (US$3.9 billion) over the coming two years as the first tranche of funding to build around 20 shopping malls. >>



3 – 12 Tips for Foreign Retailers Looking to Enter China
It’s no secret that China has become a “must” market for retailers. But successful expansion into this market presents some serious challenges for foreign brands, and establishing a Chinese presence can be a big undertaking. >>

4 – KFC aims to have 500 outlets by year end
American quick-service restaurant (QSR) brand KFC plans to become the largest QSR chain in the country and expects to have over 500 outlets by end-2015. >>

5 – Giordano makes African inroads
Giordano has become the first major international fast fashion brand to enter the African market of Zambia. >>


  By April Wu 
  China Market Strategy

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