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2015-12-29

Retail News Roundup – Dec 29

The top 5 retail news clips in Asia this week.
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1 – Indomaret to open 1,600 outlets next year
Convenience store chain Indomaret is planning to open 1,600 more outlets across the archipelago next year to strengthen its grip on the market amid its confidence over the economic outlook. >>

2 – Holland & Barrett eyes India
UK health goods retailer Holland & Barrett is negotiating with a potential partner in India as its Asian retail rollout broadens. >>

3 – Young, rich, e-savvy will transform Chinese economy
China has been one of the world’s fastest-growing consumer markets in recent decades and there’s no sign that is going to change anytime soon, slowing economy or not, US management advisory firm Boston Consulting Group says in a new report. >>

4 – Eslite Group gives more details on plans to expand across Taiwan Strait
The Eslite Group, one of the largest bookstore chains in Taiwan, plans to expand across the Taiwan Strait next year by adding new stores in Taiwan, Hong Kong and mainland China. >>

5 – HK eyewear brand Mujosh opens 1st store in Australia, to have 1,000 stores worldwide in 5 years
Hong Kong eyewear brand Mujosh has opened its first specialty store in Australia at Melbourne Central, a large shopping complex in Melbourne. >>


  By April Wu 
  China Market Strategy

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