Compagnia Aerea Italiana, the consortium of investors negotiating a bid for Alitalia, reportedly walked out of talks with labor unions late Wednesday night, putting its bid for the failing flag carrier in doubt (ATWOnline, Oct. 30). It was scheduled to present its offer this evening. CAI head Roberto Colaninno said he was "very worried about the situation caused by the breakdown of negotiations" in a statement cited by press reports. He called new labor contracts "an essential condition" of ...

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