Retail giant Walmart’s strategy for Latin America

Interview with CEO for the region, Enrique Ostalé Walmart is the largest retailer and one of the largest employers in Latin America. What is the strategy for the region? Where do you plan to create new jobs? Our strategy remains consistent wherever we do business. We’re focused on running simple, sustainable businesses with a focus on our retail core. At the same time, we’re committed to supporting the emerging middle classes throughout Latin America by promoting socioeconomic development via supercenters and smaller store formats. Through our smaller formats, we can offer an assortment of goods more oriented to the basic grocery products every family needs on a daily basis, with lower prices, high presence of private brands and bulk volume. […]

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