Many regional, and larger, chains have come up with strategies that permit successful competition with Wal-Mart Supercenters, or at least that mitigate damage. Yet, the prospect of a Supercenter moving into the neighborhood can be little apart from bad news for most conventional supermarket operators. Aside from other considerations, Wal-Mart is an amazingly large player, as was shown by the retailers' annual financial statement that appeared in last week's SN, and in many other ...
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