Summary of Mini Case and Articles Instructions Read the Mini-case in the textbook on pages 251-253 on Wal-Mart takes on the world. Also read ALL the short articles found in in Week 5 Content about Wal-Mart. You may use other sources as well. Write a 3-5 p

International Business Summary of Mini Case and Articles Instructions Read the Mini-case in the textbook on pages 251-253 on Wal-Mart takes on the world. Also read ALL the short articles found in in Week 5 Content about Wal-Mart. You may use other sources as well. Write a 3-5 page paper that summarizes ALL the articles and the Mini-case. You MUST cover the textbook mini case (p 251) AND all three articles in your paper. You may use others in addition, but NOT in place of. Your summarization should be an overall picture of Wal-Mart’s globalization effort, based upon the textbook case and all assigned documents in Week 5 Content about Wal-Mart. It is best to do it in chronological order of market entry. Focus on the large markets they have entered, and a few they want to be in. Note specifically which countries were failures and why. It should NOT be a sequence of the textbook case summary and then little summaries of the Content documents. The assignment must contain original and creative thought, and not have an abundance of quotes (less than 33% of the paper), nor many bullet points. The following format must be used, using the directions in the Note below: Include an introductory paragraph stating the purpose of your paper. Overall summary of the articles and the Mini-Case. Include your assessment of Wal-Mart’s efforts to globalize, things well done, and what mistakes were made, where, and why. Note specifically which countries were failures and why. Include a conclusion paragraph at the end. Properly cite your references in the body of the paper and on the Works Cited page. You may use additional references. Length should be about 3-5 pages, excluding the reference page

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