Competition Bureau seeks full block of Rogers’ proposed acquisition of Shaw* Bureau files court applications to prevent the merger of two of Canada’s largest telecommunications companies The Competition Bureau is seeking to block Rogers proposed $26 billion acquisition of Shaw in an effort to protect Canadians from higher prices, poorer service quality and fewer choices, particularly in wireless services. The Bureau challenged the merger today by requesting an order from the Competition Tribunal to prevent it from proceeding. The Bureau is also requesting an injunction to stop the parties from closing the deal until its application can be heard. The Bureau must now prove its case before the Tribunal in order for the deal to be stopped. The Bureau alleges that removing Shaw as a
The Canadian Competition Authority files court applications to prevent a merger between two telecommunications companies (Rogers / Shaw)
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