Japanese convenience store brand Lawson and Chinese third-party payment platform Alipay recently reached a deal to deploy mobile payment services at Lawson's retail stores.
7-Eleven will reportedly open two new stores in the city, marking the brand's formal entry into Chongqing.
The world's leading convenience store chain 7-Eleven has announced that it will open two outlets in Chengdu on March 17, 2011, for its entry into this new market in China.
President Chain Store, a subsidiary of Taiwan's Uni-President Group, has announced that it has set up a food and beverage joint venture in Shanghai with Japan's Royal Holdings.
According to Lakala Shanghai, from now on, consumers can go to over 5,000 Lakala payment sites in convenience stores, supermarkets, and drugstores in Shanghai to print various coupons free of charge.
President Chain Store, a subsidiary of the Taiwanese Uni-President Group, has announced that it has set up a joint venture with the Japanese fast food chain company Duskin to operate Mister Donut stores in Shanghai.
On of the largest retail enterprises in Japan, Seven & i Holdings Company, has announced that it will introduce its Western-style restaurant brand AllDay's into China, with its first outlet due to open in Shimao…
Hong Kong-based health and beauty products retail chain Mannings has made a low-key entry into the Beijing market.
According to the Taiwan-based President Chain Store Corporation, it will open three to four 7-Eleven convenience stores concurrently in Shanghai at the end of March or the beginning of April 2009.
Chain convenience store group 7-Eleven has jointly announced with China UnionPay the launch of a financial service plan, providing China UnionPay's standard card users in Guangdong with a series of convenient payment services.