BEIJING — Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is moving forward with plans to restructure its China management team by moving hundreds of managers to new stores, despite reports in Chinese media that labor unions had blocked the proposal, a company spokesman said.
“We’re still going ahead with that plan; what has to be adjusted is the implementation,” Jonathan Dong, spokesman for Wal-Mart in China, said in a telephone interview Wednesday. “We need to take into account that some people would prefer to stay where they are rather than going to a new store.”
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