Competition in the Canadian Wireless Sector

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Competition in the Canadian Wireless Sector
Question 1:
A)The decision to allow a foreign company to enter the Canadian wireless telecommunications sector would seem to go against Canadian competition rules. As expected the CRTC voted against the deal but the Federal government overturned the decision of the CRTC(Willis 2009: article1397687). The questions that need to be asked with this turn of events are what motivated this decision? And who are the winners and losers?
The first factor influencing the decision was the growing influence of neo-liberal ideology in the Canadian government. George E. Eaton in “Liberal Democracy and Its Ideological Underpinnings” explains that neo-liberalism is the resurgence of classic liberalism. Like...
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