MONTREAL (FNS) -- Provigo here expects to report a profit for 1995, following combined losses of over $144 million, or $200 million Canadian, during the prior two years. Provigo's fiscal year ended in January. 992 -- $23.4 million or about 0.5% of the company's $4.9 billion in sales. Pierre Michaud, Provigo president, said he wants the company's profit to be equivalent to 2% of sales within three years. Michaud said he would like the Caisse de Depot, Quebec's pension fund manager, to sell ...

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