At the end of its most recent fiscal year, Wal-Mart's International division included 3,121 stores generating sales of $90.6 billion. Some of its international operations are wholly owned (in Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Puerto Rico and the United Kingdom); some are majority-owned (in Central America, Japan and Mexico); some are joint ventures (in India, scheduled to begin operations next year, and China); and some are minority-owned (in China).
Following is a breakdown of Wal-Mart's ...
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