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2016-04-19

Retail News Roundup – Apr 19

The top 5 retail news clips in Asia this week.
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1 – FamilyMart to enter Malaysia ahead of TPP
The convenience store chain aims to open its first Malaysian location in Kuala Lumpur by the end of the year, with plans to launch 300 stores in the country over five years. >>

2 – Online shopping in rural China nearly doubles in 2015
ONLINE shopping is thriving in rural China, with last year’s transactions nearly double the 2014 amount, a Ministry of Commerce official said. >>

3 – Metro expands into convenience store market in China
Metro Cash & Carry said it will expand into the convenience store under the brand MyMart with two stores initially set to open in Shanghai next month. >>

4 – Asia dominates global mall development pipeline
Asian cities dominate the top 10 cities in the global mall development pipeline, according to the latest report of commercial real-estate services firm CBRE. >>

5 – McDonald’s Asia to sell 2800 restaurants
McDonald’s Asia is preparing to sell some 2800 restaurants across Asia as it introduces a new business model in its fastest growing major market. And Reuters has named frontrunning investors in what looks to be a spin-off business in much the same nature as Yum! Brands is selling off its Chinese KFC, PIzza Hut and Taco Bell operation. >>


  By April Wu 
  China Market Strategy

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