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Hong Kong-based Convenience Retail Asia (CRA) has posted a solid set of results for the first half ending 30 June, with Group revenue increasing by 5.0% YoY to HKD2,703m (US$344.7m).

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Nanjing based Suning announced this week that it has taken over Guangzhou Circle K network from Hong Kong’s Fung Group. Acquisition of 61 stores Suning Xiaodian, the convenience store unit of the Chinese retail giant Suning, has acquired 61 Circle K outlets in Guangzhou from Fung Group for an undisclosed sum. Fung Group’s listed subsidiary, Convenience Retail Asia, continues to own and o...
The world's largest international health and beauty retailer, A.S. Watson, has posted its results for the first half ending 30 June 2019. Exchange rates impact H1 results A.S. Watson's retail division, which is split into five subdivisions, Healthy & Beauty Western Europe, Eastern Europe, China, Asia and Other Retail, ended the first half of 2019 with 15,213 stores across 25 markets - a 5% ...
Dairy Farm has released its H1 results for the six months ended 30 June. Consolidated sales increased 13% to US$13,781m, but subsidiary sales fell 3% to US$5,761m. Overall performance encouraging Dairy Farm’s overall performance is recovering. It recorded positive sales in four out five divisions and underlying profit for the first six months was up 5%. Strong performances from associates a...
Japanese discount operator, Don Quijote (known as Donki) has opened its first store in Hong Kong today (12 July 2019). Targeting mainland Chinese tourists The new store is in the basement of Mira Place Two on Nathan Road, Tsim Sha TsuiMall. The location is convenient for mainland tourists travelling via the high-speed rail and mega bridge. Don Quijote carries an extensive range of cosmet...

This in-depth guide to Hong Kong explores the key trends in grocery retail and the growth strategies of the leading retailers in the country.

Five year growth forecasts for the grocery market, the leading retailers and modern trade grocery channels in Hong Kong.

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Ultimate convenience is one of the key trends shaping the landscape of grocery retailing in Asia. We review what ultimate convenience means in reality and what this trend looks like in action.
We review the five big trends that we identified at the start of 2019, plus provide insight on the latest performance of Asia's leading grocery retailers.
We review Dairy Farm's current performance, its growth forecasts for the next five years, plus progress against key strategic objectives.
Our team of experts have pulled together a selection of the best fresh categories that we have seen across Asia over the past 12 months.
We forecast current and future online grocery sales in Asia’s leading grocery markets, as well as examine the initiatives in the top markets that will continue to shape future development.
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