BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- The spread of Wal-Mart stores has only just begun, the company said here last week. "Wal-Mart's global market share in the 78-plus countries in the formal economy is just 3%," Lee Scott, chairman and chief executive officer, pointed out, "so we don't see any short-term or mid-term limits on our growth or on our ability to take care of customers, and we continue to see opportunities to add to our top line." Scott spoke at Wal-Mart's ...
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