MILAN (Reuters) – Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has enlisted the head of Italy’s new anti-bribery authority to salvage preparations for Milan’s Expo 2015 world fair after a corruption scandal that risks disrupting the lucrative event.
Seven former lawmakers, managers and public officials were arrested last week over alleged attempts to influence public tenders for the fair, which Italy hopes will attract 20 million visitors and help bolster a still feeble economic recovery.
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MILAN, May 8 (Reuters) – Italy’s Mediobanca
returned to a quarterly profit after a year-earlier loss, helped
by asset sales, and stands to earn millions of euros in fees at
its investment bank from a flurry of share issues in its home
The country’s , which is shedding stakes in a raft of
domestic companies to focus on its core banking business, said
on Thursday it had booked capital gains worth 69 million euros
($96.1 million) in its third financial quarter that ended in