The logos of Walmart and Seiyu are pictured at the headquarters office in Tokyo. Photo: REUTERS

Walmart aims to list minority stake in Japan unit Seiyu


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Nothing that sets them apart from other Japanese supermarkets. Been to one just out of curiosity and didn't find a larger selection of foreign labels and definitely no prices that would indicate a price-war to compete with the Japanese chains.

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It was a failed experiment. If it's not the same prices as Walmart, it's not Walmart.

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"It was a failed experiment." Yes, I agree. There was a Seiyu in my town, with a few imported items such as sports and camping goods and beer, but that was torn down a couple of years ago. Now there is a parking lot, I believe...

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