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Atlantia Group CEO Says the Company is Considering a Stake in Toll Road Operator Aspi

Reuters  reports that Giovanni Castellucci, CEO of Italy’s Atlantia Group, tells a newspaper the company is now sounding out investors for the sale of a 15 percent stake in its domestic toll road network operator, Autostrade per l’Italia (Aspi). Castellucci says Atlantia is looking for a “financial investor with a long-term strategy such as a […] The post Atlantia Group CEO Says the Company is Considering a Stake in Toll Road Operator Aspi appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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