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Shinsegae’s Emart announced this week that it plans to raise KRW1tn (US$820m) by selling assets and will buy back stocks worth some KRW100bn to boost shareholder value.

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Hailed as South Korea’s answer to Amazon, Shinsegae is to launch SSG.com in March 2019 by integrating its two online businesses. Integration driven by demand SSG.com is formed by combining Shinsegae’s two online business units, the Shinsegae mall and the Emart mall. The company made the announcement  back in January 2018 and is now going ahead with the plan. “ The integration of onlin...
South Korea retail conglomerate opened a new format for its Emart brand, called the SSG Food Market, in Seoul. A fusion of supermarket and food hall The new 4,000 sqm development is a fusion of premium supermarket and food hall. It includes an extensive fresh food department, with additional features such as a fishmonger, a butcher, a Korean deli, a sushi restaurant, a café, a florist and a...
South Korea’s FTC (Fair Trade Commission) approved a set of voluntary rules agreed by convenience store operators to better protect struggling franchisees. Minimum distance between stores Five members of the Korea Association of Convenience Store Industry, CU, GS25, 7-ELEVEN, MINISTOP, C-SPACE and Emart24, came up with a voluntary agreement to curb excessive competition. A key centerpiec...
South Korean discount chain operator Emart signed an agreement with the local retailer Robinsons to launch two of its private labels in the Philippines. Expand global presence through private labels Under the agreement, Robinsons will set up and operate 25 Emart “No Brand” and 25 “Scentence” stores by 2020. No Brand sells daily necessities and food items. Scentence is Emart’s beauty brand. ...

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