PARIS -- Carrefour SA here, France's largest retailer, flashed a "Keep Out" signal in the direction of Wal-Mart Stores, Bentonville, Ark., when it said last week it was acquiring another French giant, Promodes SA, Mondeville, France, in a deal that would create the world's second-largest retailer. The friendly takeover is to take the form of a stock swap that values Promodes at $16.7 billion and would create a new group called Carrefour. Carrefour and Promodes had sales of $60.4 billion ...
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