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Topic: Tealive

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Over the past decade or so, Malaysians have seen plenty of food trends come and go, with only few lasting the long race, with bubble tea being one of them.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The government expects to finalise the targeted fuel subsidy mechanism by July.
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KUALA LUMPUR (March 14): The Government expects to finalise the targeted petrol and diesel subsidy mechanism in July at the latest.
Malaysiakini:
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The government expects to finalise the targeted petrol and diesel subsidy mechanism by July at the latest.
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KUALA LUMPUR, March 14 — The government expects to finalise the targeted petrol and diesel subsidy mechanism in July at the latest.
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This week, Loob Holding announced a partnership with gift voucher service GIFTEE Malaysia to allow their customers to send and receive digital Tealive gift vouchers, making their food and beverage off...
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PETALING JAYA: Japan’s eGift service, giftee Inc, has made its foray into the Malaysian market by extending its business-oriented eGift System to homegrown bubble tea brand Tealive.
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KUALA LUMPUR (March 6): Two local franchise brands — The Manhattan Fish Market and MarryBrown — have entered the Japan market ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, said the Malaysian Franchise As...
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KUALA LUMPUR, March 6 — Malaysia’s homegrown bubble tea brand, Tealive, aims to penetrate the Japanese market by year-end through its partnership with Tokyo-based Giftee Inc.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's homegrown bubble tea brand, Tealive aims to penetrate the Japanese market by year-end through its partnership with Tokyo-based Giftee Inc.
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SHANGHAI: Loob Holding plans to set up 10 corporate stores in China this year before franchising its Tealive bubble tea business to local entrepreneurs in the world’s second-largest economy.
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SHANGHAI (Feb 24): Malaysia’s homegrown bubble tea brand, Tealive, is stepping up its presence in China this year with the proposed establishment of 10 corporate stores in the world’s largest tea ...
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SHANGHAI, Feb 24 — Malaysia’s home grown bubble tea brand, Tealive, is stepping up its presence in China this year with the proposed establishment of 10 corporate stores in the world’s largest t...