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November 02, 2005

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Susan Fan

Dear Anup(I hope this is your name though I cannot find this name from any English dictionary),
I am a Chinese Student who studies in Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, China. Recently my teacher asked me to give a speech in class. The topic is " Is Wal-Mart good or bad for America?" I don't think I know much about Wal-Mart in America. When I searched from Internet just now, I accidently found that you once made a research about Wal-Mart( http://techpolicy.typepad.com/tpp/2004/11/is_walmart_good.html). I wonder if you could share with me some information about this world-famous company and your research results. If you could, would you please email me by [email protected]
Thanks a lot!

sincerely yours
Susan Fan

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kanika bansal

Dear Anup,

I am communication student in India. Recently i am making a short movie on "Progress" and for that i have taken the inclusiveness concept for India. It would be great if you could explain this concept to me that i could put it in a better way. My email id is [email protected]

Thanking you

Regards,
Kanika Bansal

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