MONTREAL (FNS) -- Speculation continues to grow that A&P Canada, a wholly owned subsidiary of A&P, Montvale, N.J., will soon be sold to help pay down debt of its struggling parent. A&P declined to comment on the matter. The Canadian division has been a rock-solid performer over the last few years, contributing between 25% and 42% of A&P's operating profit, according to Perry Caicco, merchandising analyst at National Bank Financial, Toronto. For fiscal 2001 ended Feb. 28, ...

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