TORONTO -- Wal-Mart Stores will introduce its Sam's Club stores to Canada with the initial focus on the $14.7 billion (U.S.) food market in Ontario, where it plans to open four to six stores next fall. Wal-Mart Canada, based here, said it will roll out more stores across the country in two other phases over the next two years. Like Costco, its main rival, the stores will require a membership fee and each unit will be over 100,000 square feet, vs. 57,000 to 100,000 square feet for Wal-Mart ...
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