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The wisdom of Wal-Mart

Meeting social and environmental standards is not optional. I firmly believe that a company that cheats on overtime and on the age of its labor, that dumps its scraps and its chemicals in our rivers, that does not pay its taxes or honor its contracts will ultimately cheat on the quality of its products. And cheating on the quality of products is the same as cheating on customers. We will not tolerate that at Wal-Mart.

Wal-Mart CEO Lee Scott at a conference for suppliers in China. I’m not the world’s biggest fan of Wal-Mart, but I can’t argue with Scott’s logic or principles in this case.

2 Comments

  1. Hard to argue with what he says. But until I got to the last sentence, I assumed he was talking ABOUT Wal-Mart.

  2. Hard to argue against indeed, but not hard to see it as the hypocritical blurb it is.

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