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  1. Amazon. In the e-commerce market, Amazon is a significant rival to Walmart. The tech behemoth has a substantial presence in the US, controlling nearly 50% of the entire online market share. While Amazon rules the online market, Walmart is the market leader in terms of physical space.

  2. Apr 1, 2009 · Best Buy, which announced surprisingly strong full-year sales of $45 billion in March, has 900 U.S. stores and is the nation’s largest electronics seller, according to market research firm NPD ...

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  4. Dec 14, 2018 · Although Amazon is still widely the price leader, Wal-Mart and Target had lower prices in the clothing and shoes, electronics, housewares and health and beauty categories. At Wal-Mart, for example, prices have gone from an average 1 percent lower than Amazon’s to 10 percent lower in the most recent quarter.

  5. Walmart’s biggest competitor is Amazon, an e-commerce giant that has been rapidly expanding its business operations around the world. Amazon has been able to gain a foothold in countries such as India and Mexico, where Walmart has been unable to make any significant inroads.

  6. Sep 10, 2013 · In a best-case scenario, Wal-Mart offers $300 for your used smartphone — and sometimes as little as $50. That’s in store credit, which you can only use to buy another smartphone at Wal-Mart. But as reporters noted , you could potentially sell your smartphone on eBay for up to $430 — in cash.

  7. Internationally, Wal-Mart's biggest competitor was Carrefour, a France-based retailer with 2007 sales of E92 million and nearly 15,000 stores of varying formats and sizes across much of Europe and in such emerging markets as Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, China, Indonesia, South Korea, and Taiwan.

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