BEIJING — Wal-Mart Stores disclosed a new series of environmental and social responsibility standards here last week that it will impose on all of its suppliers around the world over the next three years. “Maintaining the trust of our customers today and in the future is tied hand-in-hand with improving the quality of our supplier factories and their products,” Lee Scott, president and chief executive officer of the Bentonville, Ark.-based company, said at the China Sustainability Summit — ...

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