BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- Wal-Mart Stores here said last week it is going to bring its small-store Neighborhood Markets concept to Fort Worth, Texas, with a unit to open by the end of next year. The Fort Worth store is to be one of the projected five to 10 Neighborhood Markets the company plans to open in 2000, Keith Morris, a company spokesman, told SN. Other announced sites include Oklahoma City, which will get two, and Murphy, Texas, which is to get one. Wal-Mart currently operates six ...

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