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Remedios Lucio

Remedios Lucio is a journalist, premium at Inside Retail. Don’t let that sweet demeanor fool you, Remedios has 10 years experience in journalism and communications. She’s covered the business, lifestyle, investigative and political news beats, everything from war torn areas to the glitzy entertainment world. Remedios has fulfilled her childhood dream to help the less fortunate learn English in Colombia, investigated and reported on drugs in Malaysia and travelled her own country, the Philippines as a political and general news correspondent.

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Luxury

Retail news from around the globe

LVMH seeks to exit Tiffany deal; White knights to rescue JC Penney; and more.

Laybuy’s ASX debut values company at A$246 million

New Zealand company Laybuy listed today on the Australian Stock Exchange with an initial public offer (IPO) that raised ...

Countdown to ditch unnecessary plastic as part of trial

Three stores to phase out more than a tonne of plastic starting February 10.

Nespresso’s Brazil boss heads up Oceania operations

New head of Oceania to focus on digital growth.

Supernova primed for further expansion into India and China

Inside Retail talks to Supernova CEO and co-founder, Emily Hamilton, about infiltrating the Indian and Chinese markets.

Alibaba commits to importing US$200 billion in international goods

Retailer to bring in more international goods.

NZ judge rules in favour of Sanitarium in Weetabix debacle

Over 100 boxes of Weetabix held in customs will be destroyed.

Nestlé seals deal with Starbucks to infiltrate supermarkets

Deal brings Starbucks products to grocery stores globally.

a2 Milk hits Walmart

NZ diary giant expands presence in the US.