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Quebecor’s Freedom purchase enough to establish fourth national competitor, Rogers tells Comp. Tribunal

News | 08/23/2022 5:44 pm EDT
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Quebecor Inc.’s intent to purchase of Shaw Communications Inc.’s Freedom Mobile is enough to ensure its position as “an effective fourth wireless carrier” in Canada and ease the anti-competitive concerns raised over Rogers Communications Inc. acquisition of Shaw, the incumbent has argued to the Competition Tribunal.

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