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What is Walmart?
Walmart was a cheap store chain based in the United States that was one of the world’s largest retailers and organisations. Bentonville, Arkansas, is where the company’s headquarters are located.
Sam Walton launched Wal-Mart in Rogers, Arkansas, in 1962, with an early concentration on rural areas to avoid direct rivalry with retailing behemoths like Sears and Kmart. The corporation expanded into new retail models, such as Sam’s Club bargain warehouses (1983) and Wal-Mart Supercenters, as it flourished (1988). Wal-Mart has become one of the largest grocers in the United States within a decade of launching the combined food and retail Supercenters. Wal-Mart became the largest retailer in the United States in 1990 because to a focus on consumer attention (e.g., direct mail advertising), cost controls (e.g., low-cost imports), and distribution network efficiency (e.g., regional storage).
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