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The antitrust case against Rogers Communications Inc.’s takeover of a rival is thousands of pages long but comes down to one core idea: the company it’s buying is too good. Analysts don’t see it that way. 
Toronto-based Rogers is trying to acquire Shaw Communications Inc. for about C$20 billion ($15.4 billion) in what would be one of the largest mergers in Canadian history. This week, the country’s competition watchdog sued to block the deal, arguing that it would weaken Shaw’s Freedom Mobile division, the country’s fourth-largest wireless provider.