Walmex adapts to downturn by offering smaller items

10/6/2009 | Bloomberg

Wal-Mart de Mexico has stocked its Bodega Express shops with smaller, less expensive products, allowing the retailer to profit despite the economic downturn. Analysts expect Walmex to report a 12% rise in third-quarter income. The Bodega Express stores, which were launched in 2007, cater to Mexicans who buy individual servings of milk, tortillas, cereal and other products.

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