New Walmart Stores in Costa Rica

The multinational retail chain is in the process of opening two new outlets in Costa Rica for this year.

Friday, April 1, 2011

These are in the Palí format and are located at Cristo Rey and San Rafael de Montes de Oca.

With the opening, Costa Rica now has 136 stores and with them, Walmart of Mexico and Central America totals 552 sale points throughout the region.

"This year, Walmart of Mexico and Central America is scheduled to make an investment of U.S. $ 387 million in the region, including the opening of 80 outlets of various formats."



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Walmart Mexico and Central America will be investing during 2015 about $264.7 million in the construction and remodeling of stores in Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Costa Rica.

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Alberto Ebrard, executive vice-president for Walmart in Mexico and Central America, added that the company will also be remodeling its Hipermas supermarkets to be rebranded as Walmart, as well as the opening of several distribution centers.

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