The Italian government is considering involving national railway company Ferrovie dello Stato and public investment bank Cassa Depositi e Prestiti in plans to keep the bankrupt Alitalia in Italian hands, local media has reported. Squeezed by fast-growing LCCs, Italy’s flag carrier Alitalia filed for bankruptcy in May 2017, kicking off a long process of finding a suitable investor to take on the troubled carrier that has been further delayed by the months the country spent without a ...

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