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Mon, Jan 8 2018

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Regulator rejects Spanish ministers' complaint on Atlantia bid

MADRID Spain's market regulator on Monday stood by its 2017 authorization of a 15.6 billion euro ($18.7 billion) bid by Italy's Atlantia for Spanish rival Abertis , quashing a Spanish government request to revoke the approval.

UPDATE 2-Regulator rejects Spanish ministers' complaint on Atlantia bid

MADRID, Jan 8 Spain's market regulator on Monday stood by its 2017 authorisation of a 15.6 billion euro ($18.7 billion) bid by Italy's Atlantia for Spanish rival Abertis, quashing a Spanish government request to revoke the approval.

Regulator rejects Spanish ministers' complaint on Atlantia bid

MADRID, Jan 8 Spain's market regulator on Monday stood by its 2017 authorisation of a 15.6 billion euro ($18.7 billion) bid by Italy's Atlantia for Spanish rival Abertis, quashing a Spanish government request to revoke the approval.

BRIEF-Autostrade per L’Italia And Cassa Depositi e Prestiti Sign Loan Agreement For Eur 1.7 Bln

* AUTOSTRADE PER L’ITALIA (ASPI) AND CASSA DEPOSITI E PRESTITI (CDP) SAID ON WEDNESDAY THEY SIGNED LOAN AGREEMENT WORTH A TOTAL OF EUR 1.7 BLN (INCLUDING EUR 1.1 BLN IN THE FORM OF 10-YEAR TERM LOAN AND EUR 0.6 BLN IN THE FORM OF 5-YEAR REVOLVING LINE OF CREDIT)

Breakingviews - M&A friction limits EU single-market opportunity

MILAN (Reuters Breakingviews) - Two Spanish ministries are interfering in Italy-based Atlantia’s 16.5 billion euro takeover bid for local toll-road group Abertis. France and Italy similarly meddled in recent deals within the European Union. Building scale inside the bloc isn’t proving entirely borderless.

RPT-UPDATE 1-Atlantia braced for possible legal action to secure Abertis bid rights -source

* Atlantia considers legal action after Madrid ministers complain

Atlantia braced for possible legal action to secure Abertis bid rights -source

LONDON Italy's largest motorway operator Atlantia is examining legal action to stay in the $20 billion bidding war for Spanish rival Abertis amid concerns it will be frozen out of the contest, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.

Atlantia braced for possible legal action to secure Abertis bid rights: source

LONDON Italy's largest motorway operator Atlantia is examining legal action to stay in the $20 billion bidding war for Spanish rival Abertis amid concerns it will be frozen out of the contest, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.

UPDATE 1-Atlantia braced for possible legal action to secure Abertis bid rights -source

* Atlantia considers legal action after Madrid ministers complain

RPT-Atlantia, Hochtief brace for sealed bid contest in Abertis battle - sources

By Pamela Barbaglia, Francesca Landini and Matthias Inverardi

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