Comment: Wal-Mart Asda get it right with Netto deal
That Asda, the UK arm of Wal-Mart and the country's second-largest retailer, is keen to open smaller stores is well-known throughout the industry. That Asda would buy the UK stores of discount chain Netto to help it achieve that goal may not have been quite what some had in mind.
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