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Telecom consultant says Rogers-Shaw merger, inflation, enough to spark forbearance reassessment 

News | 04/21/2022 12:20 pm EDT

A Toronto-based telecom and broadcasting consultant is arguing to the CRTC that Rogers Communications Inc.’s pending acquisition of Shaw Communications Inc., and recent inflation, are “significant developments in the marketplace” that should trigger the commission to consider whether its general policy of forbearance remains applicable.

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