Walmart. So far, a retailer is not a producer.
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Submitted by NotCommie (France), Dec 2, 2010 07:08
Pardon my English. I used the word "industry" in the old sense (=Secondary sector, or production of actual goods). Walmart does not "produce" anything. Walmart is just a middleman between producer (mostly foreign, not creating any jobs here) and consumer. It only sells what it buys, and creates jobs in China. (an eastern dictature, without any worker's right and very poor, with a per capita GDP lower than El Salvador ).
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