The government warned Wal-Mart to stay out of the e-commerce biz, so it’s doing some house cleaning. However, there are some complications.
The problems retailers face in China are well known, with labor and logistics probably being at the top of the list. For stores that sell food, you’ve also got to throw in a number of other complications involving food quality and labeling. Now add on top of all that the concerns of foreign investors like…
Will Walmart be the next multinational to receive the full Apple treatment?
Wal-Mart’s green pork scandal is quickly slipping into foreign investment legend as an example of protectionism. Too bad it’s probably not true.
Haven’t had a good rant for a while. Apparently the Wal-Mart story is bringing out some folks’ inner China basher.
A classic whodunit. Was it a vindictive government agency, a tough, no tolerance enforcement climate, or an unfair campaign against a foreign company?
As I suspected, everything from obesity to ADD is China’s fault, and America is the victim.