Autostrade to pay 439 million euros for Genoa bridge recostruction: sources




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  • 2019-01-11 18:12:29Z
  • By Reuters
FILE PHOTO:  A policeman arrives at the toll-road operator Autostrade per l
FILE PHOTO: A policeman arrives at the toll-road operator Autostrade per l'Italia's headquarters in Rome  

MILAN (Reuters) - Autostrade per l'Italia (ASPI) has agreed to pay for the reconstruction of the collapsed Genoa bridge, Italy's Transport Minister Danilo Toninelli said on Twitter.

ASPI, a unit of Italy's infrastructure group Atlantia <ATL.MI>, is ready to pay up to 439 million euros ($504 million) for the bridge to be rebuilt, two sources told Reuters.


(Reporting by Stefano Bernabei, writing by Giulio Piovaccari)

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