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Wal-Mart Wants to Shrink to Grow

Wal-Mart Wants to Shrink to Grow - first It seems that...

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Darryl Williams Dr. Fulgham ECO 212-01 23 September 2010 Wal-Mart Wants to Shrink to Grow Apparently Wal-Mart is trying to do its part to rebuild the economy by building smaller stores. They are famous for having a high quality superstore that ranges from selling pharmaceuticals and groceries to clothes and school supplies. Now, they feel that it is in their and the economy’s best interest that they start to build smaller stores. They are targeting urban areas
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Unformatted text preview: first. It seems that people are still shopping at the superstores, but they are not going as frequently as Wal-Mart would like. This makes perfect sense, because Wal-Mart has always been a “one-stop-shop” where one could get everything they needed in one visit and not return until all those goods have been used. The Wal-Mart company is starting to look to Mexico for inspiration, because they seem to have the small store business to a science....
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