CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Wal-Mart Stores (WMT.N), the world’s biggest retailer, expects to add $45 billion to $60 billion of new sales over the next three years, the chief executive said on Thursday.
“So sometimes people say Walmart is not really a growth company any more. I want to say: ‘Well, if we layer on $50 to $60 billion, would that count, in three years?” Doug McMillon told delegates at the Consumer Goods Forum conference in Cape Town.
A company presentation shown on screen projected a sales increase of $45 billion to $60 billion in the next three years.
Reporting by Wendell Roelf; editing by Adrian Croft