SAO PAULO, Brazil (FNS) -- Wal-Mart Stores plans to invest $100 million in Brazil in 1997 to open four supercenters, all to be located in the Southern state of Sao Paulo, where it has opened five stores since May 1995. to open three Sam's Clubs and two supercenters in the city of Sao Paulo, South America's largest metropolis. The four new supercenters would push that investment to $300 million. "We're only beginning," Martin said in local press reports. "We didn't come here to open just a ...

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