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CTS discusses road map to growth in telecom market despite challenges

News | 06/18/2024 5:52 pm EDT
CTS discusses road map to growth in telecom market despite challenges
A Canadian Telecom Summit 2024 banner stands in the lobby of The Westin Harbour Castle Conference Centre in Toronto, Ont. on June 18, 2024 (photo by Phalen Tynes-MacDonald).

TORONTO – It is a tough picture for companies looking to grow in the Canadian telecom market but there are hopeful signs, a trio of experts told the Canadian Telecom Summit on Tuesday. A group of executives with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) hosted a session on merger and acquisition (M&A) trends.

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