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Over 3,000 volunteer to take COVID-19 vaccine

 
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Furore over 'crafty' MPs who claimed COVID-19 benefit

 
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Search continues for 4-yr-old after mother found dead

Search continues for 4-yr-old after mother found dead

 
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Conte says he's nothing to hide over COVID decisions

 
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Furore over five MPs who claimed COVID-19 benefit

Furore over five MPs who claimed COVID-19 benefit

 
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Human trial of Italian COVID vaccine to start Aug 24

Human trial of Italian COVID vaccine to start Aug 24

 
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Coronavirus: 552 new cases in Italy, rise of 150

 

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Paris

Tria sees 'positive' movement on TAV

France's Le Maire hopes to see Turin-Lyon rail link continue

Tria sees 'positive' movement on TAV

Paris, March 1 - Economy Minister Giovanni Tria said Friday that he sensed the government was making "positive" movement with regards to the controversial TAV Turin-Lyon rail link during an Italian-French economic forum at Versailles. When asked about his French counterpart Bruno Le Maire saying he hoped work on the project continues, Tria said: "I think the government is going in that direction". "There are different positions within the government," Tria added. "But I think things will develop positively because the facts lead in that direction. "Besides, there is a law on this and another law would be necessary to change (it) and I don't think that will happen". The 5-Star Movement (M5S) of Deputy Premier Luigi Di Maio and Transport and Industry Minister Danilo Toninelli have long been against the project on environmental and cost grounds. Their calls for the project to be ditched have increased after a new analysis commissioned by the transport ministry said the rail link would have a negative cost-benefit balance of seven to eight billion euros. However, the M5S's government coalition partners in the League want the project to go ahead. Deputy Premier, Interior Minister and League leader Matteo Salvini has said the project could be revised to cut costs but should not be abandoned completely. Tria, meanwhile, recently said it could discourage investment in Italy if the government fails to follow through with an important project like the TAV. Toninelli said Friday that he and the M5S remain "profoundly" opposed to the TAV. "The TAV could be useful after 2070 but I'm the infrastructure minister and I would feel responsible if another bridge collapsed and people died tomorrow and I could have used the money from the TAV to do maintenance on that piece of infrastructure," Toninelli said. The new cost-benefit analysis has come under fire from some quarters for alleged bias and so the team of experts that compiled it was asked to do a supplementary analysis. Toninelli said Friday that the supplementary analysis had given the thumbs down to the project too, with a negative cost-benefit balance of 2.5 billion euros in the "realistic scenario". The opposition centre-left PD, meanwhile, said Friday that it would present a motion of no confidence in Toninelli for allegedly blocking progress on public work projects all over Italy. The premier's office, meanwhile, denied reports that Premier Giuseppe Conte was warming to the idea of having a scaled-down 'mini-TAV' version of the rail link to bring down costs.

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