NEW YORK, May 31 (Reuters) - Wal-Mart Stores Inc. , the world's largest retailer, is considering selling ethanol-based fuel at its more than 380 gasoline stations, the Wall Street Journal reported late on Wednesday. The move could give the sales of alternative fuels a significant boost amid steep gasoline prices, the Journal said in a report on its Web site. The retailer held an alternative fuels summit in Washington this week to explore plans to sell E-85, a blend of ethanol, mixed with ...
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