Elliott, Dorinda; Powell, Bill
June 2005
Time;6/27/2005, Vol. 165 Issue 26, p36
Offers a look at the operations of Wal-Mart Stores Inc. in China. Profile of Joe Hatfield, head of Wal-Mart Asia; Plans of Hatfield to double the number of Wal-Mart stores in China over two years; Significance of Wal-Mart in economic relations between the U.S. and China; Influence of Wal-Mart's supply deals with Chinese manufacturers on international economic relations; Efforts of Wal-Mart to enforce fair labor laws for their stores and suppliers; Impact of Wal-Mart on business and manufacturing industries in China.


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