Wal-Mart Eyes Japanese Retailer Commentator Ev Ehrlich thinks Wal-Mart's effort to acquire an interest in the Japanese retailer Daiei could be the best thing to reach Japan since baseball. He says Wal-Mart's retail practices could force other retailers -- especially mom-and-pop stores -- to shape up.
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Wal-Mart Eyes Japanese Retailer

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Commentator Ev Ehrlich thinks Wal-Mart's effort to acquire an interest in the Japanese retailer Daiei could be the best thing to reach Japan since baseball. He says Wal-Mart's retail practices could force other retailers — especially mom-and-pop stores — to shape up.