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Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

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Monday, August 23rd, 2010

My coverage of Walmart in Russia is perhaps the most noise about nothing. I first wrote about a Walmart invasion way back in January 2007, it has been one long bit of Macbeth’s sound and fury. Now we have a ménage à trois with Walmart, X5 and Kopeika. From Reuters: Russian retailer Kopeika is in […]


Saturday, May 1st, 2010

Walmart Russia is one of those stories that seems to drag on like winter on the steppes. The Mendeleyev Journal believes that Walmart’s offices in the Northern Tower of the Moskva-City business district heralds real movement. Cue the Volga boatmen. Jeff Hess: Have Coffee Will Write.

The Walmart invasion continues

Thursday, June 4th, 2009

Wal-Mart “confident” about entering Russia Walmart said Thursday it’s “confident and hopeful” about entering the Russian market. The company set up an office in that country a year ago to study the market and explore opportunities. If you are confident than you don’t have to be hopeful. If you are hopeful then you aren’t confident. […]


Wednesday, April 8th, 2009

I first posted about Walmart’s overtures to the Russians more than two years ago and the progress there has been glacial. But the drop in oil prices and the corresponding plummet in Russian cash may be making the Russians more willing to negotiate. From Trading Markets: US retail operator Wal-Mart said on 6 April 2009 […]


Tuesday, December 30th, 2008

It’s been nearly two years since I first posted about Walmart’s interest in the Russian retail market. President-elect Barack Hussein Obama’s campaign for the White House, launched about the same time, moved more quickly. But I don’t fault Walmart for extreme caution in this case. Great opportunity and even greater danger is there for the […]


Friday, July 25th, 2008

I hate bumper stickers. I hate rubber wrist bands, I hate American flags flying from the tops of SUVs. I hate magnetic ribbons that tell everyone that the driver supports our troops. I hate lapel pins. I especially hate American Flag lapel pins. Why? Because all of those and $2.89 will get you a latte. […]


Thursday, June 12th, 2008

Prominent on the front page of this morning’s Wall Street Journal is the headline: Boardroom Brawl Roils BP’s Russia Venture; Talks Break Down; Kremlin’s Role Murky. This is precisely the type of event I’ve been predicting for Wal-Mart in the former Soviet bloc. BP PLC thought it had cracked the code of doing business in […]


Tuesday, April 15th, 2008

Maybe it’s the cold, maybe it’s the vodka or maybe it’s Wal-Mat learning the ropes of Russian business, but more than a year later, Wal-Mart is still circling the retail market in Russia like a wolf from the steppes wary of that lamb staked in the snow. From MSNBC: Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is moving closer […]


Monday, January 21st, 2008

Nearly a year ago I wrote about Wal-Mart’s initial scouting missions into the Russia and pondered whether or not the country was ready to be buried under cheap plastic crap. After all, the Russians have a long history of invasions from Asia. What would be the big deal of one more invasion from China, even […]


Monday, February 12th, 2007

Flush from the announcement yesterday that it had its entry into the 1.1 billion shopper Indian market, Wal-Mart is closing in on another consumer-spending giant: Russia with its 141 million comrade shoppers. Last week we reported on Wal-Mart’s interest in GUM. This morning the speculation out of Moscow has the mega-chain talking with X5 and […]


Monday, January 29th, 2007

First, what kind of name is X5? That is so KGB it gives me the shivers. Back in the day Russians would walk through GUM, the state-owned department store in Moscow, dreaming of what might be. I don’t think they realized they would be buried by cheap plastic crap. From Kommersant: (Warning, you may have […]