LOS ANGELES — Wal-Mart Stores has applied for a building permit to open a Walmart Market in the densely populated Chinatown section in the city's downtown area, according to the Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy. The group said Wal-Mart has filed an application with the city's Department of Buildings and Safety to open a store on the ground floor of a senior citizen center across from a high school in an area served primarily by Asian-owned ...

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