the Italian government provoked two major industrial crisis in the economy which may lead to violations of the rules of the European Union to provide emergency financial support to Alitalia and hundreds of millions of euros loan metallurgical plant ILVA.
Stefano Patuelli, Minister of economic development of Italy, said interview the Financial Times that the government is ready to intervene if necessary in the situation at a metallurgical plant in Taranto, with the result that Rome will become the subject of increased control from Brussels over possible illegal state aid to the Italian companies that circumvent EU rules.
Earlier it was reported, at the end of this year Alitalia, which entered external administration with no enough money to pay wages. It was the occasion to declare a precautionary 24-hour strike by the airline's employees, is scheduled for December 13.
Recall that the ironworks ILVA was on the verge of stopping after the decision of the Italian Parliament to revoke the legal immunity for ArcelorMittal, which gave protection to the new owner of the enterprise against criminal prosecution for environmental crimes committed by the former owner.
Under the terms of the 8-page plan, which was published in a Sunday newspaper Il Messaggero, the government is preparing to acquire 18% of shares ILVA or through state lender Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP), or through the state investment Agency Invitalia.
the Government will also propose to restore legal protection from prosecution for ArcelorMittal, at the time of execution of the agreed plan for upgrading the wastewater treatment plant, the report said.