MONTREAL -- Three months after acquiring 356 stores in Ontario from A&P Canada, Metro here said last week it is on track to achieve synergies of $35 million Canadian by the end of its 2006 fiscal year and a total of $60 million a year later. In U.S. dollars, those savings would amount to $29.4 million over the next 12 months and $50.4 million over the 24-month period. When Metro closed the A&P deal in mid-August, it said it was anticipating synergies of $50 million Canadian ($42 ...

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