Chinese media has recently reported that Wal-Mart may add yet another country to it’s growing list of international failures. In 2008 Wal-Mart has 208 stores throughout China. Within the past 12 years of trying, Wal-Mart has not only failed to become profitable, but it even had to accept a loss in market share. According to data from the Chinese Department of Trade, it has dropped from rank 17 in 2004/2005 to rank 30 this year. Before the background of previous failures, e. g. the one in Germany, it’s time to think about the reasons for Wal-Mart’s repeated problems in foreign markets. Could it be that their business model doesn’t fly in other countries? Is Wal-Mart entering the wrong markets?
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