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Time to look beyond consumer price increases in M&As, say experts

News | 04/15/2021 9:30 pm EDT

The competition bureau is “flying blind” when it comes to understanding the cumulative effects of mergerssuch as the proposed Rogers Communications Inc. acquisition of Shaw Communications Inc.according to policy experts who testified before the House of Commons’ Industry committee Thursday as it continued its study on competitiveness in Canada. 

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