A&P, Montvale, N.J., said last week it has completed a $300 million offering allowing it to refinance bonds at a lower rate. The company said that by refinancing, it expects to save $1.5 million in annual interest costs if interest rates go up. r stores in Quebec, and 50 Winks and Red Rooster outlets in Ontario and Alberta. Couche-Tard is the largest convenience store operator in Quebec with 330 stores and annual sales of about $401 million Canadian ($292 million U.S.). Provi-Soir is ...

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