By Lesley HunterOTTAWA and TORONTO – The CRTC’s decision which derailed wireless challenger Globalive’s plans to launch in Canada has also served to put a “regulatory gun to our head”, says chairman Anthony Lacavera.In an interview Wednesday with Cartt.ca, the head of Globalive Wireless Management, the Canadian parent of Wind Mobile, said that the Commission has handicapped his Toronto-based company from sourcing Canadian financing.“The CRTC said in the decision that they wanted us to deal with the debt, but they didn’t say how, and we have an issue with how ambiguous that is. But, they’ve also put us in the position where...
CRTC has “put regulatory gun to our head”, says Globalive
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