Wal-Mart on US Manufacturing

How much do you think Wal-Mart in general has changed American
Manufacturing if at all?
Negative or positive? I would like to hear some stories.
gary
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g-a-r-y
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Has had a major effect on American manufacturing. (what's left of it.)
Mostly negative. The good news is I think their growth is gone.
I wish there were more stores like Costco in San Diego.
Jon Banquer San Diego, CA
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manufacturing,
It's okay no worry John Mccain is gonna fix it.
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Bipolar Bear
So, uh, did y'all get my Mae West impression??
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Proctologically Violated©®
"Proctologically Violated©®" wrote in news:490af6c2$0$4968$ snipped-for-privacy@cv.net:
No. It was a rhetorical question in a report. But seeing that say a canning factory is considered manufacturing they have a point. If you put cola into a bottle at a bottling plant you are a manufacturer. If you put cola into a cup at a restaurant you are considered service.
The point of the question was where exactly do you draw the lines. It affects economic and tax policy.
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D Murphy
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By losing?
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D Murphy
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It's never going to stop!
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Black Dragon

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