Competition Bureau’s foresight was 20/20 in allowing Corus-WIC merger
News | 10/17/2007 10:58 am EDT
If the Competition Bureau was second-guessing itself after more than six years, it can stop: a report released earlier this month reveals the bureau accurately assessed market conditions and reasonably predicted outcomes when it approved Corus Media's acquisition of the WIC Broadcasting assets in 2000. For everyone else in the broadcasting space, the report offers a glimpse at some of the effects of increased media consolidation.
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