Joshua Roberts

Creative Director

July 9, 2013

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How important is a retail mall strategy in China?

Although the economy has slowed, mall growth has been faster than ever relying on consumers picking up the slack.

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The number of new shopping malls in China is expected to nearly double to a record high this year as developers bet on consumers picking up the slack in the world’s second largest economy, says property services firm Jones Lang LaSalle.

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Chun Chuan Lin

Project Manager

July 4, 2013

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Problems with CVS Development in China

Why convenience stores in China are shifting their strategies.

CVS expansion in China

Due to exaggerated real estate prices and high competition in the retail industry, high rent has become one of the biggest hurdles convenience stores (CVS) in China face when trying to expand. It was big news last year when around 10% of convenient stores in China closed owing to unaffordable rent.

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Joshua Roberts

Creative Director

July 2, 2013

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Vietnam Retail Growth

Modern retail is expected to increase to 45 percent by 2020.

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Vietnam’s retail market has seen fierce competition as both domestic and foreign brand names have striven to search for expansion, according to Dinh Thi My Loan, general secretary of the Vietnam Retailers Association.

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Joshua Roberts

Creative Director

June 25, 2013

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China’s Real Potential

Second-tier cities are really first-class opportunities.

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When it comes to China, the commonly used term “second-tier cities” is a misnomer, says Robert Lawrence Kuhn, an investment banker and author of How China’s Leaders Think. The so-called “second-tier” cities should actually be called “first-class opportunities,” given that these cities have been growth engines of the Chinese economy, boosted by huge amounts of investment, new infrastructure and an influx of new talent.

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