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Wal-Mart Sets Renovation Plans For China Stores

March 25, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
After opening stores in 28 shopping centers and two Sam’s Club stores in China in 2013, Wal-Mart plans to upgrade 55 existing retail stores in the country in 2014. In Anhui, a market the company entered in 2005 and where it operates 17 stores at present, Wal-Mart plans to invest 18 million yuan in renovating the nine-year-old Shuguang Hefei store. Also, Wal-Mart’s corporate social responsibility efforts in the region have helped it win many government honors and become the internship partner for both the West Anhui Institute and the Science and Technology of Defense Institute.
"Wal-Mart invests in renovation of Chinese stores", FreshPlaza, March 25, 2014, © FreshPlaza
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