A&P TO DOUBLE CAP-EX IN 2004, ROLL OUT NEW FORMATS e its capital expenditures in 2004 as it seeks to reverse ongoing losses and roll out its Food Basics format. It also has begun introducing some elements from a "fresh" prototype in Toronto to stores in the United States. A&P posted comparable-store sales gains of 1.5% for the fourth quarter ended Feb. 28, but its loss for the period was $57.1 million, vs. $21 million in the year-ago fourth quarter. The most recent quarter included ...
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