Global technology-based retail firm Miniso announced on September 15 the results of an independent investigation into a highly critical report released in late July by Blue Orca Capital. Miniso asserted that allegations made in the report have no factual basis.
On August 18, Chinese variety store Miniso issued a statement in which it apologized for earlier marketing efforts that presented the company as a "Japanese designer brand."
The Spanish-language Instagram account of Chinese retail firm Miniso previously posted photos of products named "mystery toy boxes featuring Disney Princess dolls." In the post, dolls wearing traditional Chinese qipao dresses were mistakenly translated as "Japanese geishas."
Chinese low-cost retailer Miniso responded on July 27 to allegations made in a recent report by short selling institution Blue Orca Capital. The company said it believes that the report is groundless and contains misleading interpretations and conclusions.
Chinese budget lifestyle retailer Miniso has officially listed on the main board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) with "9896" as its ticker symbol. The firm's opening share price was HK$13.20 ($1.68) – lower than the actual listing price of HK$13.80 ($1.76).
Miniso, a US-listed consumer home goods retailer, has received approval from the Hong Kong Stock Exchange for a dual primary listing.
Chinese budget lifestyle retailer Miniso, which is currently listed in the U.S., submitted an IPO application to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) on Thursday.
Miniso Group, a Chinese consumer goods retailer whose stock is already traded in New York, is considering a second listing in Hong Kong next year.
The economic recession triggered by the coronavirus pandemic has spawned a global cohort of newly budget-conscious consumers, which has given a push to low-priced retailers such as Miniso.
Leading toymakers Pop Mart and Miniso stock prices plummeted after state-run media Xinhua commented that regulators should further steer the blind boxes industry away from unbalanced development.
Budget retail store Miniso is joining the global toy market with the debut of its TOP TOY store in Guangzhou.
Lifestyle product retailer MINISO opened its 100th post-IPO store in Madrid on Nov.6, amidst industry-wide scaling back and closings.
MINISO, the Japanese-inspired lifestyle product retailer, opened its first outlet in Paris on Tuesday, the company’s first European addition since its NYSE debut earlier this month.
Chinese discount retailer Miniso saw a robust NYSE debut on Thursday, raising $608 million with its stock rising as high as $24.90, well above its price range of $16.50 to $18.50.
Chinese household and consumer goods retailer Miniso Co. Ltd. filed on Wednesday with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for an initial public offering under the code MNSO.