Walmart presses ahead with new HQ plan despite Covid-19 crisis

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Walmart is pressing ahead with plans to launch its new headquarters despite the switch to remote working sparked by the coronavirus crisis.

The US retail giant unveiled plans last year to open a new 350-acre base in Bentonville, Arkansas – the city where it was founded and is currently headquartered.

The project is expected to open in stages and be completed by 2025.

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