International Operations Data Sheet - July 2009

Walmart International
3,760 total units as of July 31, 2009

Market                    Retail Units       Date of Entry
Mexico 1,262 November 1991
Puerto Rico 56 August 1992
Canada 312 November 1994
Brazil 359 May 1995
Argentina 32 August 1995
China (*) 258 August 1996
United Kingdom 364 July 1999
Japan 371 March 2002
Costa Rica 170 September 2005
El Salvador 75 September 2005
Guatemala 164 September 2005
Honduras 53 September 2005
Nicaragua 54 September 2005
Chile 229 January 2009
India 1 May 2009

(*) Includes a 35% interest in Trust-Mart, which operates 103 stores
in China.

Trade Territory
Walmart operates in 15 international markets, including Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Japan, Mexico, Nicaragua, Puerto Rico and the United Kingdom, serving more than 49 million international customers weekly.

Total International Associates 694,000

Total International Sales
For the second quarter FY 2010 ending 7/31/09: $23.9 billion – a decrease of 5.1 percent over the same period last year. Operating income was $1.1 billion for the quarter, a decrease of 6.2 percent over the same period last year.

Reported International sales for the three months ended July 31, 2009 were reduced by the effect of currency exchange rates equal to approximately $4.199 billion. On a constant currency basis, International sales increased 11.5 percent to $28.164 billion in the second quarter, compared to the same quarter last year.

Reported International operating income for the three months ended July 31, 2009 was reduced by $237 million as a result of the effect of currency exchange rates. On a constant currency basis, International operating income increased 13.3 percent to $1.380 billion in the second quarter, compared to the second quarter last year.

FYE 1/31/09: $98.6 billion – 9.1 percent increase over the previous year. Operating income was $4.94 billion, an increase of 4.6 percent compared to the previous fiscal year. Reported International sales were negatively affected by the lower value of currencies versus the U.S. dollar. On a constant currency basis (assuming currency exchange rates remained the same as the prior year), International sales increased 11.6 percent for the full fiscal year.