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On Rogers-Shaw, focus shifts to network sharing agreements

News | 05/25/2022 6:12 pm EDT
Rogers' Toronto headquarters./ Photo via Wikipedia.

As the Competition Bureau takes Rogers Communications Inc. and Shaw Communications Inc. to the Competition Tribunal to block the merger of the companies, conversation on what will be required to get the deal done has shifted to whether or not a network sharing agreement is a central component of any possible remedy that would mollify the bureau’s objections . 

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