Italian national carrier Alitalia has been asked to present the Italian government with a detailed business plan agreed with creditors, banks and shareholders within the next few weeks as it again faces significant financial losses. A meeting in Rome Jan. 9 saw senior Alitalia executives—including CEO Cramer Ball, Etihad Group chairman James Hogan and representatives of three Italian banks who are shareholders or backers of the airline—meet with Economic Development Minister ...
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