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And now its down to garbage and Alitalia

Alitalia’s shares rose by 11% to EUR0.50 yesterday on the election of a Berlusconi government, as hopes rose that Mr Berlusconi would be able to broker a deal to save the flag carrier. And the new Prime Minister immediately announced that his first two priorities would be to “immediately tackle the garbage problem and Alitalia” (Naples has some 250,000 tonnes of garbage lying in its streets).

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