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Running A Wal-Mart In China Is Hard – Business Insider

September 27, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

The problems retailers face in China are well known, with labor and logistics probably being at the top of the list. For stores that sell food, you’ve also got to throw in a number of other complications involving food quality and labeling. Now add on top of all that the concerns of foreign investors like Wal-mart or Carrefour, and the idea of running these things sure is daunting.

There have been lots of examples over the years of these problems, including Wal-mart’s fairly recent issues with food labeling in a few of its outlets in Chongqing last year.

via Running A Wal-Mart In China Is Hard – Business Insider.

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