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Inside Story (Store Wars) #743896

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 12, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) The decline in the value of the dollar noted; Stock Market Report.

(Paramus, New Jersey: Anthony Mason) The price war among toy stores, with Wal-Mart leading the way in price cuts for popular items, featured; details given about the competition between Wal-Mart’s grocery chain and other stores; statement from Wal-Mart noted. [Toys R Us Amy PARKER†, “Toy Wishes” co-publisher Jim SILVER†- comment on Wal-Mart’s strategy.] [“Point of Purchase” author Sharon ZUKIN†- says Wal-Mart drives local businesses out and wages down.] [Wal-Mart SHOPPER – comments on low prices.]

Rather, Dan;
Mason, Anthony

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