Walmart’s International Woes — Bloomberg.com

Walmart’s domestic success is tempered by concerns about its overseas operations. The company’s most recent setback is in the United Kingdom, where attempts to sell Asda to a competitor have hit a regulatory snag:

“It’s yet another international headache for Walmart Chief Executive Officer Doug McMillon. While the struggles abroad are outweighed by strength in the U.S., the company’s shares fell on Wednesday — a sign that investors are concerned by its growing array of hurdles overseas.”

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