Brazil's well-known flip flops brand Ipanema opened a new store in Jiuguang Department Store, Suzhou, which is reportedly Ipanema's seventh store in the city.
British department store retailer Marks & Spencer announced that the company plans to shut five outlets in the Shanghai region before August 2015.
Online payment provider PayPal is expanding its support to sellers in Asia.
David Brooks, president for Coca-Cola Greater China and South Korea, has become chairman of Greater China and South Korea.
Chinese telecom equipment maker Huawei will reportedly invest INR1.75 billion, which is about USD30 million, in the Indian market to establish its own brand.
DHL announced plans to build a fashionable customized logistics center in Jiuting, Shanghai, to provide distribution and delivery of luxury goods.
In the land of dumplings and noodles, Subway plans to have 900 sandwich restaurants in China by the end of 2015, according to comments made to local media by the company's management.
Paul-Henri Ferrand, president for the Asia Pacific and Japan regions of Dell, revealed that Dell China's revenue increased by 22% during the first quarter of 2012 fiscal year.
California Pizza Kitchen announced the opening of the first company-owned and operated restaurant in Shanghai.
During Starbucks' recent investor conference, the company announced plans for even greater China growth.