US: Wal-Mart linked to $150m Argentina investment
By Joe Ayling | 30 October 2009
US retail giant Wal-Mart Stores will invest US$150m in its Argentina operation next year, according to media reports, having already signalled its intent for expansion in China and Brazil.
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