NEW YORK — Wal-Mart Stores' international division is seeking to drive sales gains by implementing an EDLP position in all of its markets around the globe and through a market-by-market training process to improve local merchandising skills, the division's top executive said at an investment conference here on Wednesday. "Not every country has yet implemented EDLP; some are yet to come, but we've started and most of our markets have already been there or are moving to everyday low price," ...
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