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Canadian network gear makers get a shot at US broadband stimulus projects

News | 07/03/2009 8:18 pm EDT

The good news: the US government has clarified the rules of engagement for its rural broadband expansion projects, paving the way for Canadian network equipment makers to get a piece of the action. The bad news: the rules provide no favours for members of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), so Canadians will be competing against the world.

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