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Lotsa Goodies fined over unsafe toys

Toy importer and retailer fined nearly $75,000 for selling unsafe toys.

Alibaba launches first English-language Tmall site

New site aims to make life easier for international merchants.

AuMake says online sales growing

Daigou business reports unaudited revenue growth of 112 per cent in FY19.

NZ dollar strengthens

Kiwi rises against US counterpart.

Hong Kong and New York options for US$1 billion Miniso IPO

A Miniso IPO was first mooted by the company in January last year.

Foodstuffs continues rollout of electric vehicle charging stations

Supermarket targets electric vehicle owners with more chargers.

Supermarket employees nominated for first Fair Pay Agreements

Council of Trade Unions proposes return to collective wage bargaining.

Sephora reveals final four cities on ‘Beauty Bus’ tour

The retailer is kicking off a tour of New Zealand ahead of the opening of its first store.

Bapcor refinances debt, gains access to A$520m

Autobarn-owner enters into new debt package with better terms and pricing.

Aje opening first New Zealand store

The Aussie fashion label will open its first international store this year.

NZ dollar slides

Kiwi falls against the greenback.

ANZ consumers have highest expectations in the world: Adobe

The explosion of choice that has come with e-commerce is raising expectations.

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