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Fashion: Wanda Ferragamo is dead

Fashion: Wanda Ferragamo is dead

 
Rome
Spread closes down on 301.6 points after hitting 340 (2)

Spread closes down on 301.6 points after hitting 340 (2...

 
Rome
New 'hostile act' by France, relations at risk-Salvini

New 'hostile act' by France, relations at risk-Salvini

 
Rome
Won't be made to look a liar or distracted - Di Maio

Won't be made to look a liar or distracted - Di Maio

 
Rome
Critical situation in migrant centres - watchdog

Critical situation in migrant centres - watchdog

 
Matera
Matera water emergency over

Matera water emergency over

 
Rome
Ball in Italy's court now - Moscovici

Ball in Italy's court now - Moscovici

 
Rome
Won't be made look a fool - Salvini

Won't be made look a fool - Salvini

 
Rome
Leonardo may have had a squint - study

Leonardo may have had a squint - study

 
Rome
Growth slowing, foreign investors cutting BTP exposure - BoI

Growth slowing, foreign investors cutting BTP exposure ...

 
ROMA
Uruguay: parlamento approva legge su diritti dei transgender

Uruguay: parlamento approva legge su diritti dei transg...

 
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Arcelor Mittal putting together new ILVA plan - Di Maio

'Not a game of football, jobs and health at stake'

Arcelor Mittal putting together new ILVA plan - Di Maio

Rome, July 23 - Arcelor Mittal are putting together a new plan to save jobs while cleaning up ILVA's huge polluting steel plant at Taranto, Industry and Labour Minister Luigi Di Maio said Monday. "It's not a game of football, steel yes, steel no," said Di Maio, who last week said the government would reject the existing plan from the Italo-Indian consortium. ILVA, Europe's biggest steel plant, employs 14,000 people while its production has been linked to high local cancer rates. Di Maio said "jobs are at stake, and the health of the Tarantini and the hinterland is also at stake". The minister, who is leader of he anti-establishment 5-Star Movement (M5S), said he was poised to sign a review of the tender process. He said he would not take "lectures" from "people who laid on tenders full of faults", referring to former industry minister Carlo Calenda who has criticised Di Maio for allegedly threatening the future of steel in Italy on shaky grounds.

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