Small businesses worry Canada’s Competition Act review will ignore them: CFIB

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Small and medium businesses have long waited for a review of Canada’s Competition Act but worry larger corporations have too much regulatory influence. Smaller businesses say this means their concerns continue to be ignored, hampering their efforts to grow.

According to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB), small and medium business owners are concerned that Canada’s competition law review will ultimately ignore their problems in favour of bigger firms.

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