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Thu, Sep 20 2018

Abertis deal on track as Atlantia, partners prep buyout vehicle - sources

MILAN/MADRID Italy's Atlantia , Spain's ACS and Germany's Hochtief will next week enter the home straight in their acquisition of Spanish toll-road group Abertis, quelling concerns that a disaster involving one of Atlantia's units could halt it.

Abertis deal on track as Atlantia, partners prep buyout vehicle: sources

MILAN/MADRID Italy's Atlantia , Spain's ACS and Germany's Hochtief will next week enter the home straight in their acquisition of Spanish toll-road group Abertis, quelling concerns that a disaster involving one of Atlantia's units could halt it.

UPDATE 1-Abertis deal on track as Atlantia, partners prep buyout vehicle - sources

MILAN/MADRID, Sept 20 Italy's Atlantia, Spain's ACS and Germany's Hochtief will next week enter the home straight in their acquisition of Spanish toll-road group Abertis, quelling concerns that a disaster involving one of Atlantia's units could halt it.

ACS, Atlantia pursue Abertis deal despite bridge disaster

MADRID Italy's Atlantia and Spain's ACS are committed to their joint purchase of Abertis, despite the fatal collapse in August of a motorway bridge in Genoa run by Autostrade.

UPDATE 1-ACS, Atlantia pursue Abertis deal despite bridge disaster

MADRID, Sept 13 Italy's Atlantia and Spain's ACS are committed to their joint purchase of Abertis, despite the fatal collapse in August of a motorway bridge in Genoa run by Autostrade.

Italy minister says Autostrade will not get contract to rebuild bridge

MILAN/ROME Italy's Autostrade was to blame for the collapse of a bridge because of its failure to conduct maintenance, and the company will not be given the contract to rebuild it, Transport Minister Danilo Toninelli said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Italy minister says Autostrade will not get contract to rebuild bridge

MILAN/ROME, Sept 11 Italy's Autostrade was to blame for the collapse of a bridge because of its failure to conduct maintenance, and the company will not be given the contract to rebuild it, Transport Minister Danilo Toninelli said on Tuesday.

Genoa authorities ask Autostrade, Fincantieri to rebuild bridge

GENOA The authorities in Genoa have asked motorway group Autostrade to team up with state-controlled Fincantieri to help rebuild a bridge that collapsed last month in the port city, killing 43 people.

Autostrade CEO feels responsible, but not guilty for bridge collapse

MILAN The CEO of Autostrade per l'Italia and Atlantia told Italian daily La Stampa on Friday that he felt responsible, but not guilty, for the deadly collapse of a motorway bridge operated by Autostrade.

Atlantia-Abertis deal will proceed - Gilberto Benetton to paper

MILAN A tie-up between Atlantia and Spanish road-toll operator Abertis will proceed as planned, the deputy chairman of Atlantia's top shareholder told a newspaper, dismissing worries it could be scrapped after a bridge disaster last month.

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