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Atlantia stocks, Bonds decline as Italy moves to revoke concessions

By Bloomberg
16 August 2018   |   1:00 pm
Atlantia SpA saw its stock fall by nearly 25 percent while bond prices declined as the Italian government began the process of removing toll-road concessions following the deadly bridge collapse in Genoa.

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