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Mobilicity debt holders could sue government: Ghose

News | 04/25/2014 5:45 pm EDT

A financial market analyst covering the telecommunications sector says the federal government could cause harm to those with a stake in Mobilicity, and possibly even face a lawsuit, if it continues to thwart attempts by Telus Corp. to purchase the startup wireless carrier.

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