ALBANY, N.Y. -- The Clorox Co. has informed the New York State Attorney General's office here that it has no plans to eliminate coupons in western New York. udes the Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse markets, the state attorney general's office reported. In March, the office's antitrust bureau began an investigation to determine if manufacturers and retailers colluded to eliminate coupons or reduce their number in western New York. The probe, which is pending, followed an announcement in ...

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