Supermarkets will offer more “everyday fair pricing” in the years ahead, as part of a hybrid-EDLP model; will continue to shutter underperforming stores, leading to consolidation of food retailers; and will increasingly offer payment and other solutions for consumers through mobile devices. In addition, Wal-Mart’s expansion into urban areas will force the retailer to refine its approach to these markets with a tailored assortment and unique services, among other ...
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