Italy’s PM Says Alitalia Should Enter Alliance Quickly: Report
MILAN (Reuters) – The investment of state-owned Poste in Alitalia is an emergency move to keep the struggling airline in business and allow it to search for foreign partners without humiliating itself, Italy’s Prime Minister Enrico Letta told an Italian daily. The carrier should now enter a international alliance as soon as possible and change radically its business strategy, Letta was quoted as saying by Il Sole 24 Ore on Saturday. “Alitalia should negotiate, without the hat in hand, to enter a large international alliance,” Letta said according to the newspaper, adding, “Let’s do it quickly. …
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