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Foodpanda, owned by Delivery Hero, is in negotiations to sell its food delivery business in selected Southeast Asia markets (including Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmart and Laos). Grab, a ride-hailing, taxi, food delivery and grocery app in Southeast Asia, is a potential buyer according to a report by a German media company. We explore three reasons why Foodpanda want to exit this region.

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Indonesia has announced the impending ban on the online sales of cross-border goods under US$100, as part of measures to protect local small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Preventing predatory pricing The aim of the ban is to minimize the impact from predatory pricing of cheap, foreign-made goods, especially those coming from China. This will help local SMEs, who may lack the economies of s...
Alibaba Group has announced its new organisational structure aimed at supporting each of the group’s business make faster business decisions and achieve independent financing through market funding, thereby unlocking greater potential for shareholders. Business will be broken into six core business groups Taobao Tmall Commerce Group will include ecommerce platforms such as marketplaces...
Amidst rising demand for food-to-go, Indonesian convenience giant Alfamart has an ambitious plan to open 1,000 new food-focused stores from Lawson in Indonesia in 2023 alone. Rapid food-to-go expansion plans Japanese convenience chain Lawson is the third largest convenience retailer globally in terms of sales. Its operations outside of Japan are sometimes managed by local retailers, such ...


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