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Federal Court and Competition Tribunal didn’t understand Rogers-Shaw merger: Prof

News | 05/16/2023 4:33 pm EDT

OTTAWA–The Federal Court of Appeal and the Competition Tribunal did not properly understand the implications of Rogers Communications Inc.’s merger with Shaw, according to a law professor speaking at the International Institute of Communications Canadian chapter 2023 conference. At the same time Canada’s competition cop said he stands by his decision to seek a “full block” of the acquisition.

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