Magazines Archives - 2007 August

Vietnam’s retail scene abuzz with developments
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BOURBON HAI PHONG in Vietnam has been licensed to set up a Big C supermarket in Da Nang. The outlet at Vinh Trung Plaza will offer 30,000 products, with 95% from local manufacturers. The supermarket is scheduled to open by end-October this year, said local media reports.

Meanwhile, four leading retailers — Hanoi Trading Corp, Saigon Trading Group, Saigon Co.op and Phu Thai Group — have formed an alliance to establish the Vietnam Development Association (VDA). According to the Saigon Times Weekly, VDA will invest an initial VND1.5 trillion (US$943,515) to set up warehouses, hypermarkets, commercial centres and forwarding services. Another VND3.6 trillion will be invested in supermarkets, wholesale centres and other commercial activities.


2007 August Stories:

Singapore retailers ready for emergencies with human-techno solutions

Young Chinese exude high confidence, exert spending power

Vietnam’s retail scene abuzz with developments

Indon group does well

Beijing promotes payment by card ahead of 2008 Olympics

Brown Shoe expands into China via Hongguo’s network

Bharti, Wal-Mart seal joint-venture deal at last

Jerasia taps golf niche in M’sian retail

Epson centre in Singapore heralds more for Asia

Have data gun will travel

IBM SurePOS 100 gets eco-friendly with SME retailers

Nivea relieves dry skin with Smooth Sensation

Chanford brings in five leading eyewear brands

Osim gives calves, ankles, feet its therapeutic squeeze

Spinmatic’s new, improved formula is friendly to waterways

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