PLEASANTON, Calif. — Safeway here was reported to be exploring the sales of its Canadian division and its Dominick's banner in Chicago, although analysts said they were doubtful such plans were very far advanced. Financial Times, the British newspaper, cited unnamed sources as saying that Safeway felt it was not getting enough credit on Wall Street for the value of its Canadian division, which operated 222 stores, 12 manufacturing plants and four distribution centers, and generated about ...

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