VIEWPOINT: Apparel continues to drag on Wal-Mart's US unit
By Leonie Barrie | 18 May 2011
Not only does Wal-Mart Stores' US namesake unit continue to be a drag on its bottom line, but its apparel business continues to weigh particularly heavily on its performance here as well, the world's largest retailer admitted this week.
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