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Wal-Mart's First Guangzhou Outlet Opens In November

Retail giant Wal-Mart will open its first outlet in Guangzhou in November 2009.

Located in Guangzhou's Panyu district, the new outlet will be a Sam's Club, with a business area of 12,000 square meters and a total investment of USD30 million. The new store is expected to be completed and opened in November 2009.

At present, employees of this new store are promoting membership cards to the nearby communities, including Country Garden. Unlike Wal-Mart supermarkets, Sam's Club requires a membership card and consumers need to pay for this membership card to enjoy the lower prices of products in Sam's Club. The Guangzhou Sam's Club plans to enroll 90,000 members.

4 Comments on "Wal-Mart's First Guangzhou Outlet Opens In November"

  1. Diane Craven | January 31, 2010 at 8:29 am |

    I would like to now the exact location of the new Walmart that opened in Panyu. The address, please

    Regards Diane Craven

  2. Anthony Fermi | March 23, 2010 at 12:59 am |

    I would like to know the address, exact location of the new Wal-Mart store in Panyu, Guangzhou. Thank you; A. Fermi

  3. Please let me have the address & phone number of the Walmart store in Panyu Guangzhou.

    How to become member of Sam's club, will there be a menbership charge? How much?


  4. pleas let me have the address of walmart in panyu guangzhou…

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