The Composition of the Wireless Industry in Canada

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The Composition of the Wireless Industry in Canada
This paper endeavours to answer the following question: historically, has the composition of the Canadian wireless industry been consistent with the overall sectoral structure of the Canadian economy and what impact will the government’s decision to allow Globalive to launch have on the industry? The brief report will commence with an overview of the Canadian wireless sector and then proceed to an overview of the Canadian economy as a whole. The paper will note that the Canadian wireless sector is characterized by a high degree of concentration – and that this concentration is symptomatic of the structure of the Canadian economy as a whole; additionally, it will become evident that the...
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