Magazines Archives - 2008 August

BreadTalk enters alliance to take premium US burger chain into Chinese market
Story 4 - Food Business Area

SINGAPORE’S BreadTalk Group Limited and Aspac F&B International Pte Ltd have entered into a partnership to open 100 Carl’s Jr outlets in China. The two have set up a joint-venture
company, Star Food Ltd, to operate the US fast-food restaurant chain, which will be fully up and running in the Chinese market by March 2016.

The franchise was signed with USbased Carl Karcher Enterprises Inc, a subsidiary of brand owner CKE Restaurants. Aspac already operates Carl’s Jr outlets in Singapore and Malaysia.

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2008 Aug Stories:

Loss Prevention - New technologies make stealing tough in India’s malls & stores

Loss Prevention - Not the usual suspects: Retail crime virulent in the US

Loss Prevention - How much vigilance is enough for stores?

Loss Prevention - Retailers share notes on how to outsmart cheats

Loss Prevention - Identify causes, manage shrinkage, protect margins

Asian economies: Slackening growth, soaring inflation. Will Asian consumers tighten their belts and purse strings?

Singapore garment makers reach for the world under one industry brand

adidas opens largest concept store in Beijing ahead of 2008 Olympics

Food & Hotel Thailand 2008 promises new feature alongside familiar favourites

Show quality takes precedence over visitor statistics at Natural Products Expo Asia

Show offers chance to stock up on toys, gifts & houseware before Christmas

CRC buys over Siam Makro’s office-supplies unit in business-boosting move

Dairy Farm spreads neighbourliness in fast-paced world

FJ Benjamin takes Rado to Indonesia SINGAPORE fashionwear company

BreadTalk enters alliance to take premium US burger chain into Chinese market

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