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2015-05-26

Retail News Roundup – May 26

The top 5 retail news clips in Asia this week.
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1 – McDonald’s Australia drops branding to take advantage of ‘local factor’
Anti-branding isn’t a new concept, but its power has been heightened thanks to more consumers wanting to support local businesses and know where their food comes from. >>

2 – Indonesia’s MPP to continue aggressive expansion this year
In 2014, Matahari Putra Prima grew with the widest store network of 107 hypermarkets, 21 supermarkets, 102 health and beauty outlets, and 37 convenience stores operating in more than 60 cities and 29 provinces across Indonesia. >>

3 – Starbucks, Spotify to enter music partnership
Starbucks and music streaming service Spotify plan to strike a music partnership that will give customers access to exclusive content. >>

4 – Burberry bemoans Greater China challenge
Greater China has put a dampener on the otherwise stellar success story of revamped luxury brand Burberry.>>

5 – Carrefour Taiwan, China open stores
French hypermarket operator Carrefour has further extended its footprint in Taiwan and China, with three new stores opening their doors in recent weeks. >>


  By April Wu 
  China Market Strategy

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