Are fewer people eating noodles in China these days? According to a fast food noodle chain, retail expansion may have hit a bumpy patch.
Chinese instant noodle and beverage maker Master Kong announced that for the year of 2015 ended December 31, the company's unaudited profit attributable to shareholders is expected to decline by between 35% and 40%.
Ajisen (China) Holdings Limited announced that during the first three months of 2015, the company's individual store sales in Hong Kong increased by 2% year-on-year; while its individual store sales in mainland China decreased by…
Ajisen (China) Holdings Limited, a Chinese fast food restaurant chain, announced in its annual financial report that by December 31, 2013, the company realized operating revenue of HKD3.24 billion, a slight year-on-year increase of 6.5%;…
Ajisen (China) Holdings Limited, the noodle restaurant chain, has announced that it has launched a high-end restaurant brand named Wakayama in Hong Kong.
The Beijing-based instant noodle maker Wugudaochang has submitted a bankruptcy restructuring application to Beijing Fangshan People's Court.
Yonghe King has announced that the company will enter the Tianjin market.