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2016-10-04

Retail News Roundup – Oct 4

The top 5 retail news clips in Asia this week.
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1 – China eyes Vietnam’s hundred-billion dollar retail market
Following Thai, Japanese and South Korean retailers flocking to Vietnam, Chinese investors are now jumping into the market. >>

2 – Boom in clothing and footwear retailing in China
The rising factor costs are a very big challenge in this price competitive market. To capture the large share of the market, manufacturers need to keep the price of their product as low as possible as if competitor’s price is lower than his price then he will lose all his market share. >>

3 – Alibaba to overtake Baidu to lead China’s digital advertising market
E-commerce juggernaut Alibaba will top China’s digital advertising market in 2016, surpassing current leader Baidu amid tighter internet advertising regulations which will likely put a dent in overall revenues. >>

4 – McDonald’s Philippines in massive expansion plan
Parent Alliance Global Group (AGI) says it will reach 500 outlets by the end of 2016 – and it plans to open another 400 restaurants between 2017 and 2020. >>

5 – The top 10 cosmetics brands in China
A report by Kantar Worldpanel concludes the beauty market remains buoyant in China over the first half of 2016 with brands battling it out for market share. >>


  By April Wu 
  China Market Strategy

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