Shenzhen-based department store operator Shirble will invest CNY611 million to purchase two properties in Shenzhen and Changsha.Read More
Seven & I Holdings, parent company of Ito Yokado, will accelerate store expansion in the Chinese mainland market and plans to have 20 stores by 2020, tripling their current number in China.
China's Wanda Group has signed a comprehensive strategic cooperation agreement with Shaanxi to invest additional CNY103 billion into this province.
Nanjing Jinxiang Group and Wangfujing Group will jointly build a 260,000-square-meter high-end commercial complex, Jinxiang City Wangfujing Shopping Center, which will be the first Wangfujing store in East China region.
China's Wanda Group, owner of shopping malls and real estate across the Middle Kingdom, has reported it latest financial results.
Chinese department store retailer Wangfujing reported its financial situation for the first quarter of 2016, and the news was not great.
French retail giant Carrefour officially launched its online store in Beijing. The e-commerce site integrates store delivery, multiple payment methods, dual-language services, and return and exchange at all stores.
Is it becoming more difficult to be a retailer in China? Aeon's latest financial report shows a profit drop attributed to higher costs in opening new stores.
Changchun-based retailer Ouya Group plans to open 12 to 14 new outlets, including four shopping centers and eight to ten chain supermarkets, by the end of 2016.
Hang Lung Group's new commercial property in Dalian named Olympia 66 has opened.