Apparently foreign ownership is okay now, as long as you don't take over 10% of the market. On the other hand, Tony is upset about the 700 spectrum rules so he expects there to be significant consolidation among the upstarts.Anthony Lacavera, CEO of the Canadian wireless upstart, say he's already in talks with U.S. and European companies about investing in the company.
"We have been approached by a number of parties…now that all of this is sorted out, I feel very good and I think you'll see some announcements soon from us," he says. "Getting this whole legal and regulatory battle behind us once and for all and winning it certainly gives us a more solid foundation to attract more foreign capital."
http://www.bnn.ca/News/2012/4/26/Win...nvestment.aspx"There needs to be new entrant consolidation, so if this government policy achieves anything it will force new entrant consolidation and we intend to lead that consolidation," he says.