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Walmart’s Sam’s Club counters China claims it pulled Xinjiang goods from app

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Walmart Inc arm Sam’s Club has denied claims in China that it deliberately removed Xinjiang-sourced products from its app, describing the furore as “a misunderstanding”.Chinese social media users and local news outlets criticised Sam’s Club, a members only warehouse club that offers products and services, last week for the removal of the products from its domestic online stores. China’s anti-graft agency accused the US retailer and Sam’s Club of “stupidity and short-sightedness” over the matter…

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Walmart Inc arm Sam’s Club has denied claims in China that it deliberately removed Xinjiang-sourced products from its app, describing the furore as “a misunderstanding”.Chinese social media users and local news outlets criticised Sam’s Club, a members only warehouse club that offers products and services, last week for the removal of the products from its domestic online stores. China’s anti-graft agency accused the US retailer and Sam’s Club of “stupidity and short-sightedness” over the matter…
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