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Competition Bureau undercuts its own case, National Bank analyst maintains

Briefs | 12/21/2022 3:25 pm EST

As spectators await the release of a decision in the takeover of Shaw Communications Inc. by Rogers Communications Inc. from the Competition Tribunal, one industry analyst is focusing on a specific aspect of the Competition Bureau’s (CB) argument against the merger. Closing arguments were made last week.

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