Cheap groceries aren't the only thing attracting customers to Wal-Mart's Neighborhood Markets. The Bentonville, Ark.-based company's combo-store format, which enables the discount-retailing giant to leverage its buying clout in suburban sites too small for a Wal-Mart Supercenter, includes a full drug store that analysts say will vie with Walgreens as much as the grocery side of the store vies with Safeway. "I think, in a convenient location, the Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market will be ...

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