SHANGHAI, April 25- U.S. retailer Wal-Mart Stores Inc has appointed a new chief executive for the China region, where the world's largest retailer is battling stiff competition from local rivals. Sean Clarke, a Wal-Mart veteran and current chief operating officer in China, will take over the China CEO role from June 1, a statement from the firm said on Friday.» Read More
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