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Adidas shifts orders from China plant

Apr 24 2014 16:51

Adidas is shifting some orders from a factory in south China that has been at the centre of one of the country's biggest labour strikes.


Stiff penalties for illicit cigarettes

Apr 24 2014 15:20

Penalties for those caught dealing in so-called illicit cigarettes are steep, according to the Tobacco Institute of SA.


Premier Foods feels the pinch

Apr 24 2014 09:55

Premier Foods, the British maker of Mr Kipling cakes and Bisto gravy, says a tough grocery market and the timing of Easter hit sales in its first quarter.


Burger King opens manufacturing plant in SA

Apr 23 2014 14:44

Burger King South Africa has opened its first meat processing plant in SA by establishing a joint venture with a local meat processor and distributor.


McDonald's profit dips as US sales slump

Apr 22 2014 19:34

Fast-food chain McDonald's says its first-quarter profit has dropped amid declining sales in its key US home market, and vows to boost global sales.


Consumers cut back on food, drinks

Apr 22 2014 20:00

Consumers are putting the brakes on less affordable purchases within the food and beverage retail sector, according to an expert.


E Cape company signs deal with retail giant

Apr 22 2014 16:13

A Stutterheim manufacturer has signed a deal with a retail giant, says the Eastern Cape department of economic development, environmental affairs and tourism.


Tesco launches new round of price cuts

Apr 22 2014 13:43

Britain's biggest retailer has launched price cuts on basic food products and reduced online shopping charges as it attempts to stem a loss of market share.


Easter no mini retail Christmas due to strike

Apr 20 2014 16:00

Usually, the Easter weekend is like a mini Christmas for retail sales, but due to the long platinum strike an economic tragedy is unfolding, say retailers.


Spaza shops suffer as big retail rolls in

Apr 20 2014 11:53

More and more owners of spaza shops barely manage to keep afloat as more of their customers head elsewhere.


Strike at giant shoemaker's China plant

Apr 17 2014 16:30

Tens of thousands of workers have joined an escalating strike at a Chinese plant of Taiwan's Yue Yuen Industrial.

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Increased holdings in Woolworths

Apr 16 2014 17:32

Accounts under management of Coronation Asset Management have increased the holding in Woolworths.


Retail sales growth disappoints

Apr 16 2014 14:52

Retail sales grew by a lower-than-expected 2.2% in February compared with a revised 6.4% in January, according to Statistics South Africa.

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