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Unformatted text preview: Sure Wal-Mart gives many consumers to purchase items at a lower cost while compromising their integrity at the same time. I believe that society as a whole would be better off without Wal-Mart, but without their cut throat business strategies which could be viewed as immoral or un-ethical, however I do not think Wal-Mart would be able to keep giving the opportunity to buy items at their low prices. 2) I do support towns banning Wal-Mart’s in towns. The reason why is Wal-Mart supercenters are not aesthetically pleasing it also takes away from the intimacy and personal service that should be experienced when entering a store. 3) Yes, it is imperative that Wal-Mart improves their wages, health benefits and pay suppliers higher costs because where there are happy workers there are happy customers. It’s also un-ethical to make employees do the companies dirty work, and to be discriminated against is also un-ethical....
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- Spring '09
- Hypermarket, Sam's Club