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July 26, 2016
McDonald’s decision to move from a wholly-owned to development licensee model for Singapore and Malaysia.  Wholly owned and franchised models each have their own merits and disadvantages. Both models are profitable. Nonetheless, franchise models leverage on other companies’ resources. This strategy might help McDonald’s to become more aggressive in opening outlets, particularly in Malaysia. In […]
November 16, 2015
Malaysia and Indonesia have recently announced plans to formally establish a bilateral council aimed at regulating palm oil production. The Council of Palm Oil Producing Countries (CPOPC) will attempt to regain sovereignty of palm oil regulation from industry led voluntary frameworks such as the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) which has led the march […]
August 9, 2014
Southeast Asia is the new prime spot for m-commerce, given the massive online retail market driven by the burgeoning smartphone and internet penetration rates. While developed markets like Singapore have the highest rates of smartphone penetration, developing markets like the Philippines and Thailand are, in fact, leading the region in terms of m-commerce retail value. […]
August 9, 2014
According to an eminent diabetes expert, white rice is one of the root causes of Malaysia’s rocketing obesity figures, which are fuelling the country’s diabetes crisis. The trouble is that healthier alternatives, such as brown rice and low-carb noodles, are not catching on just yet in Malaysia, and nor are they, for that matter, in […]
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July 21, 2014
The tragedies of the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 and the crash of Flight 17 are having a severe impact on Malaysia Airlines. Investor confidence is low, shares are plummeting and many are wondering why the airline chose a flight pattern over a conflict zone. With the airline already performing at sub-par levels, the […]
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February 12, 2014
As most of Asia celebrated the arrival of the Chinese New Year with the start of the Year of the Horse, which traditionally is said to indicate a year in which people are more likely to stand fast to their principles, we look at which major trends retailers in Asia can expect during the year […]
July 26, 2016
Air pollution is a major problem across the Asia Pacific region, responsible for over a million premature deaths each year. Consumers are understandably highly concerned and looking for solutions, with Vitamin C and Vitamin E pills increasingly being embraced for the purpose. Where Breathing Is Hazardous To Your Health The economies of Asia may have […]
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June 7, 2012
The region of Southeast Asia – Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam and Thailand – is sometimes overlooked by consumer foodservice operators, but shouldn’t be ignored due to its location. These countries sit in between China and India, two of the most populated areas of the world, accounting for combined foodservice sales of US$100 billion. Foodservice operators […]
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