Lufthansa says not interested in taking over Alitalia

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2017/04/27 | 329 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | AIR TRANSPORT

German airline group Lufthansa said Thursday it is not interested in snapping up troubled Italian carrier Alitalia, as Rome hunts for a buyer after workers rejected a bailout plan."We are clearly not there to buy Alitalia," finance chief Ulrik Svensson said during a teleconference with analysts on Lufthansa's first-quarter financial results.Italian government ministers said Wednesday they would not oppose a takeover bid by the German behemoth, as they announced that Alitalia would be sold "t...(…)

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