FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (FNS) -- Wal-Mart Stores will make its first foray into South America on the backs of its Supercenter and Sam's Club formats. At the company's annual meeting here, which provided a glowing picture of the company's U.S. and Mexican Supercenter business, David Glass, chief executive officer, revealed plans for the company to expand into Argentina and Brazil. Among the program's elements are: In Argentina, the company will open a Supercenter and a Sam's Club unit in Buenos ...
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