BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Wal-Mart Stores here said Wednesday it plans to help 200,000 women from low-income households gain job skills and access higher education as part of its newly announced Global Women's Economic Empowerment Initiative. The company said it plans to help another 200,000 women outside the U.S. achieve job training and education. Other goals of its five-year plan to empower women include increasing sourcing from women-owned businesses to $20 billion; helping women on farms ...
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