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Enrique Ostale named Executive VP, CEO – Walmart Latin America, India and Africa

16-February-2016
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Enrique Ostale named Executive VP, CEO – Walmart Latin America, India and Africa

Walmart Stores Inc. has announced Enrique Ostalé, as Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer – Walmart Latin America, India and Africa, effective from February 1. This is in addition to his role as President and Chief Executive Officer – Walmart Mexico, Central America and LATAM (Latin America).

Krish Iyer, President and CEO, Walmart India, will report to Ostalé.

Announcing the change, David Cheesewright, President and Chief Executive Officer, Walmart International, said, ``With these changes, we are well positioned to better serve our customers around the world while strengthening our overall business. Enrique’s experience is perfectly suited for aligning our emerging markets with our core business strengths while serving our customers uniquely and in the most efficient ways.”

Scott Price, Chief Administrative Officer – Walmart International and President and Chief Executive Officer – Walmart Asia, will continue to lead businesses in China and Japan. 

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