SOUTH KOREA: WalMart Looking To Move Into Masan City
By just-style.com | 5 January 2001
City officials in Masan South Korea have revealed that WalMart has applied for permission to build a new hypermarket in the city. The 5,600 sq m site should be open sometime in 2002, but no exact date could be given due to US investor protection laws. Masan city has already attracted some big name stores to the region including Shinsegae Masan Department Store, Samsung Tesco and Homeplus and its hoped the arrival of WalMart will bring more trade their way as well.
Join now for increased access
There are various access options to choose from. All provide instant access to the latest news, insight and expert analysis.
If you're already a member, login here.
More articles related to this one
UK: Tesco sales up, non-food performs well
Supermarket giant Tesco has reported an 11.5% rise in sales for the Christmas trading period, helped by strong results in non-food categories including clothing.
UK: Tesco Forced To Slash Chinese Orders
UK supermarket giant Tesco is suffering from the recent restrictions placed on EU imports of Chinese goods, but will continue to rely on China as an increasingly important clothing supplier.
UK: Terry Green To Head Up Tesco Clothing
Supermarket giant Tesco has appointed Terry Green, ex-chief executive of the collapsed Allders chain, as head of its clothing division.