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Wal-Mart or World-Mart International 08

저작시기 1997.01 |등록일 2011.02.20 파워포인트파일MS 파워포인트 (ppt) | 22페이지 | 가격 5,000원

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Top Global Retailers
Wal-Mart Operations
Introduction
Global Retailing Trends
Growth Opportunities
Wal-Mart’s International Operations
North America
Central and South America
Europe
Germany
Far East
Competition
Global Supply Chain
China Increasing Exports
Future Strategies
Wal-Mart International
Lessons Learned
Challenges
Opportunities

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Wal-Mart is 2.5 times larger than Carrefour ($106 billion in 2004), the second largest retailer that focuses on hypermarkets.
As a $250 billion company, Wal-Mart must add $12-20 billion in new business each year: equal to 120 new supercenters each year.
U.S. economy is 37% of world, 63% is international. Wal-Mart had $47.5 billion in 2004 international sales; less than 20% of total sales.
Global Retailing Trends
2001 Assessment:
UK and Spain are growing.
Shortage of food stores.
Canada and Australia are stable.
Germany, France, Netherlands, and Switzerland need reforms.
Germany has the highest density of food retail space
Germany and France restrict big store sizes.
Japan, South Africa and Israel are under transformation.
US needs a turnaround for growth.
Local zoning restrictions are only regulations.
Growth Opportunities
China and India have rising standards of living.
Asian middle class will surpass that of US and Europe.
Credit and home ownership are stimulating big ticket purchases.

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