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Emart, owned by South Korean retail conglomerate Shinsegae, is set to open its first private label store No Brand in the Philippines.

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The duty-free arms of Shinsegae and Lotte have launched facial recognition payment technology at their stores in South Korea. After registration, Chinese customers can automatically settle payment by standing in front of a facial recognition camera, enabling shoppers to pay without cash, card, or a mobile phone. Shinsegae adds WeChat Pay facial recognition WeChat Pay facial recognition paym...
South Korean retail conglomerate Shinsegae is developing a cashierless grocery store modelled on the Amazon Go concept. Use “just walk out” technology Like Amazon Go, the company will use "just walk out" technology and sensors to automatically detect what shoppers are buying. Thirty cameras and sensors will track what shoppers take from the shelves and what they put back. Shoppers wil...
Shinsegae’s Emart announced this week that it plans to raise KRW1tn (US$820m) by selling assets and will buy back stocks worth some KRW100bn to boost shareholder value. Posting loss for the first time The action came as the country’s leading retailer saw net profit loss in the second quarter of the year for the first time in its history. Compared with a net profit of KRW95bn a year ago, thi...

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