And yet the city also protects the grocers
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Submitted by Lyle (United States), Jun 2, 2011 17:02
NYC won't let Wal-Mart build stores in the city in particular the neighborhood markets which are smaller than the supercenters. So the government of the city prefers the upscale stores over Wal-Mart. This is just like in Chicago but there one could build a Wal-Mart just outside the city by a transit line and get the business and the small town would get the taxes.
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