Advertising and ‘Green’ Marketing at Wal-Mart


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Advertising and ‘Green’ Marketing at Wal-Mart
Principal Research Question and Thesis
Companies who work all over the world must make a commitment to ethical business, especially when it comes to environmental sustainability. More and more consumers are becoming aware of the problems which are associated with the growth of business efforts and with the work of global companies. In addition to these new ideas about the value of global business, consumers are also beginning to integrate their environmental and social values into their purchasing choices. This means that multinational companies such as Wal-Mart have to be more careful in how they expand their business operations on a global basis, but also how they are presenting themselves to...
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