Italy’s deputy prime minister Luigi Di Maio said more private investors are making offers for Alitalia and would play a role in the bankrupt airline’s relaunch. Di Maio, who is also economic development minister, wrote in an April 27 Facebook post that the government is putting all conditions in place for a successful relaunch of the Italian flag carrier.  Those conditions include a significant state presence in the new company that would run the new Alitalia, direct input ...

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