Intime Lotte, a department store co-founded by the South Korean Lotte Shopping company and China Intime, will be formally opened on Wangfujing Street, Beijing on August 1.
After raising the prices of Pantene and Crest, Proctor and Gamble recently started the second round price increase of its many brands, including Whisper and Pampers — with prices up by 10% to 15%.
To tackle problems such as the lack of major brands and high procurement costs for suburban supermarkets, ten chain supermarkets in Beijing's suburbs, including Fangshan and Miyun, will establish a common procurement center and purchase…
Wuhan Zhongbai Group Co., Ltd. has recently opened its 112th chain store in Enshi Autonomous Prefecture, making Zhongbai the first large-scale chain supermarket to enter this area.
Toys"R"Us, one of the largest American toy retailers, has opened a store at Huijin Plaza, Wuxi in Jiangsu Province.
Guizhou TV Station announced at a press conference that it opened a shopping channel called Jiayou Shopping Channel on July 25, 2008, marking Guizhou TV Station's entry into China's television retail sector.
Sa Sa International, the cosmetics retailing group opened its third specialty store in Beijing at New Yansha outlets at the end of June, 2008.
Carrefour China western regional manager Arnaud Dupont said that the group plans to open five new stores in Sichuan province over the next three years.
Chickeeduck, a children's wear brand from Hong Kong, has entered the China market in Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou.
Pringles chips, a snack product manufactured by Proctor and Gamble, have been found containing potassium bromate for the third time and some supermarkets in Guangzhou and Foshan have withdrawn the substandard chips.