Walmart to close 7 stores in India

Walmart is closing 7 stores across India, including a store in Tamil Nadu.

The chain announced on Tuesday that it would close its remaining outlets in Tamilna and Kannur in the country’s most populous state, the latest in a series of moves to reduce costs in a country where consumer spending is among the most expensive in the world.

Walmart is the latest to announce closures of Indian outlets in recent months.

The retailer closed a store near Hyderabad in May, but the decision was reversed earlier this month after the Indian government said it wanted to make it more attractive for Indian consumers.

India has the third-highest retail spending in the developed world after the U.S. and China, and Walmart is the biggest single retailer in India.

The retailer is targeting more than $1 billion in savings over the next two years, according to a statement on its website.

Wal-Mart has faced criticism in recent years over its decision to move its headquarters to Mexico from its current headquarters in Bentonville, Arkansas.

Walmart’s chief executive has said the move was necessary for the company to focus more on its core business.

Why are you still buying? The supermarket closure is a win for the people who still live at home

AUSTRALIA’S supermarkets are closing in a dramatic move to help reduce household debt.

But it’s the move that could cost a lot more for the retailers and retailers say it will help them pay down their debts faster.

The closure of supermarkets is a major victory for the retail industry and its customers, who have been paying huge amounts of rent, mortgages and other debt to retailers.

Retailers say it is an opportunity to pay down debts faster and boost profits.

The Australian Retail Federation says its members will be able to make up to $50 million in savings through the end of March.

But the impact is not limited to retailers, it is expected to impact other businesses as well.

The Government has committed to spending $300 million to buy a third of supermarkets and other food retailing businesses by 2020.

Retails will be required to close by 2025 and many small businesses will have to close or be forced to close.

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