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Slower, south of the border

1 June 2007 By Robert Cyran

The retail giant has finally realised its future lies outside America. It is slowing US store openings and returning capital. This is smart. Shareholders get some cash. Return on investment should rise. And it may lessen political heat being placed on the retailer.

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