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2015-01-27

Retail News Roundup – Jan 27

The top 5 retail news clips in Asia this week.
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1 – Aeon plans 500 Thai stores
Japanese retailer Aeon is planning to increase its supermarket network in Thailand to 500 outlets by 2020. >>

2 – Apple opens newest China store
Apple has opened another giant retail store in China – West Lake in the Shangcheng District of Hangzhou, the capital city of Zheijang province in eastern China. >>

3 – HTC wants to boost retail network
HTC will boost its retail store network in its home market of Taiwan this year as it expands its handset range. >>



4 – Bain: China’s Luxury Revolution Calls For Omnichannel Approach
As mainland China’s luxury market remains in slowdown mode thanks in part to a growing number of Chinese consumers buying goods through alternative platforms, a new Bain study argues that an omnichannel approach fusing digital technology with traditional retail is one of the best ways for brands to respond. >>

5 – Adidas sales rise more than expected, Rockport sold
German sportswear company Adidas reported a better than expected rise in 2014 sales on Friday as it announced the sale of its non-core Rockport shoe brand. >>


  By April Wu 
  China Market Strategy
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