NEW YORK -- New York State Attorney General Dennis C. Vacco said his office is still a "long way" from determining if collusion occurred in Procter & Gamble's coupon elimination test in upstate New York. Speaking at the New York State Food Merchants Association's annual forum here, Vacco said documents are still being gathered from the 11 retailer and manufacturer companies subpoenaed in the probe, announced last month. All have been cooperative during the investigation, he said. ...
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