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Wal-Mart might be investing $1B into a foreign company you've never heard of

There's no doubt that the online retail market is the place to make a profit these days. The online retail space is highly competitive even for companies that thrive in the brick-and-mortar realm – especially for discount retailers. SEE ALSO: Wal-Mart pays quarterly bonuses to more store employees Wal-Mart is no exception. In fact, the company might be making a very unlikely, yet major move in order to secure their spot as a top destination in the world of e-commerce.
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