Wal-Mart's International Growth Falters

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Wal-Mart's International Growth Falters

Admitting it had made mistakes and been over optimistic about its international prospects, Wal-Mart announced it would delay expansions in Mexico—where it faces bribery charges—as well as in China and Brazil. What do you think?

  • "Ha! I knew they couldn't compete with the worker exploitation standards of the global market."

    Wiley Medeiros
    Watch-Crystal Molder
  • "You'd think everyone in those countries would want to visit the stores, just to see what they've made sitting proudly on the shelf."

    Theodore Monrovia
    Voice Pathologist
  • "Brazil seems way more like a Target country to me."

    Dina DeMasi
    School Bus Monitor
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