MISSISSAUGA, Ontario — The longer the economy in Canada remains unsettled, the more Wal-Mart Stores believes it is attracting more affluent customers, David Cheesewright, chief executive officer for Walmart Canada, said here, according to local reports. "That more affluent customer might not shop everything at Walmart," Cheesewright told a local newspaper, "but when they come in to buy their detergent, they are quite surprised [by the assortment]. The longer the ...

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