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Ted Rogers fights back over mandated roaming, tower sharing

News | 02/25/2008 6:14 pm EST

Financial analysts got an earful February 22 when Ted Rogers, president and CEO of Rogers Communications Inc., took aim at Industry Canada for adopting provisions that would allow new entrants to roam on his wireless network and share towers, saying it would cause his company "real economic hardships".

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