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Current ownership rules are fair and reasonable, SaskTel believes

News | 08/13/2001 4:00 am EDT

As expected, there are differing views on whether foreign ownership restrictions in the telecommunications, cable and satellite fields should be lifted. We have heard the arguments from some that a relaxation of the rules would make Canadian companies better able to compete with other global players, increase their access to badly needed capital and create the means for companies to build broadband networks to the most remote parts of Canada.

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