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Quebec seeks to bolster Internet penetration with tax credits and subsidies

News | 03/27/2000 5:00 am EST

The Quebec government is offering a $15-million incentive package for companies that bring fibre and coaxial cable networks to less populated regions of the province. Announced as part of its March 14 budget, Quebec is committing a total of $340 million to improve the province's high-speed networks, and to get families online and businesses into e-commerce.

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