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‘It has an impact,’ CWTA’s Lord says of Telus exit

News | 03/18/2014 9:27 pm EDT

OTTAWA — Bernard Lord, CEO of the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association, said that Telus Corp.’s decision to leave his group affects the association, though because of the way its funding is structured, that effect is not as significant as it would be for other trade associations.

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