TORONTO -- This year should be a good one for Canadian-based supermarket companies. After almost two years of price wars -- which took a toll on company earnings -- and deflation, Canadian supermarket businesses are well positioned to prosper in 1994, Marilyn Brophy, a securities analyst at Levesque Beaubien Geoffrion Inc., Toronto, told SN Global. "In 1994," she said, "you're going to see a big improvement in the bottom line for a number of companies." For example, Brophy said, Loblaw ...

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