News Round up

June 2006
Brand Strategy;Jun2006, Issue 203, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports global developments related to marketing. Retail store Wal-Mart Inc. decided to pull out of South Korea after struggling to keep with domestic market leader in China. Honda Motor plans to expand with new plants in Japan. A Global Moms Panel of nine women to advise in on lifestyle and communication initiatives was launched by food chain store McDonald's Corp.


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