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Retail

Japan Retailers See Mixed Results in Sept.

Uniqlo posted a double-digit surge in comps while other Japanese retailers posted mixed results.

– 14 minutes ago

Business

Report Focuses on China Real Estate Strategies

Brands must be increasingly strategic when choosing where to open stores, particularly as landlords of shopping centers employ unfair business tactics.

– 12:02 AM, EDT

Retail

Belstaff Bows in Asia

The lifestyle brand has opened two stores in Seoul this week.

– 6:58 PM, EDT

Business

Cotton Group Introduces Mediation to Resolve Reneged Contracts

The International Cotton Association said it is introducing mediation services to help resolve disputes over reneged contracts.

– October 1, 2014

Business

Hong Kong Protests Swell

The pro-democracy demonstrations, now dubbed the "umbrella revolution," continue into their fourth day.

– October 1, 2014

Fashion

Uniqlo, Undercover Team Up for Kids' Line

The Japanese brands are launching a new kids' apparel line, their second collaborative design effort.

– October 1, 2014

Fashion

WeSC, Andy Warhol Foundation Team for Collection

Drawing from six different patterns of the artist's Camouflage paintings and prints, the collection will feature jackets, shirts, shorts, hoodies and more.

– September 30, 2014

Retail

Protests Seen Impacting Hong Kong Golden Week

What should usually be one of the biggest shopping weeks of the year has been overshadowed by civil unrest.

– September 30, 2014

Fashion

Shopkick Acquired by SK Planet

SKP operates cross-channel Web and mobile platforms in South Korea, such as OKcashbag, and T-Stores.

– September 29, 2014

Retail

India to See First Juicy Couture Stores in 2015

Reliance Brands Ltd. and Authentic Brands Group have entered into a licensing agreement.

– September 29, 2014

The Markets

Messe Frankfurt Axes Interstoff in Hong Kong

After almost 30 years, Messe Frankfurt has decided to end the Hong Kong textile fair Interstoff, which took place twice a year, to focus on its shows in China.

– September 29, 2014

Business

Hong Kong Protests Rattle Retailers

Increasing civil unrest is likely to dent retail sales and scare off Chinese tourists.

– September 29, 2014

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