Dos Filename %%sn12a01a.arc%% U.S. food retailers could expect to see little disruption to their operations from a speedy, decisive war with Iraq, industry leaders told SN last week. President Bush's warning as the conflict began that the war could last longer than many have predicted, however, might have dimmed the prospects that the long-anticipated military action would end quickly. A longer battle could promote increased anxiety among consumers and curb spending, but it also could ...

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