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Shaw-Rogers deal would decrease competition, even with Freedom divestiture to Quebecor: analyst 

News | 09/28/2021 6:19 pm EDT
Rogers' Toronto headquarters./ Photo via Wikipedia.

Even if the Competition Bureau forces Shaw Communications Inc. to spin off its wireless Freedom Mobile brand as part of the bureau’s approval of the deal with Rogers Communications Inc., the level of competition will still diminish in the Canadian wireless market, according to one analyst. 

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