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LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal's biggest hotel chain, the Pestana Group, is ready to welcome back tourists after tightening health safety measures, but is only confident of enough demand to reopen eight of its 76 properties so far, its CEO told Reuters.
(Reuters) - A number of Australian companies signalled hits to earnings and flagged damages from the months-long bushfires that have claimed 33 lives and ravaged about 29.7 million acres across the country's most populous states.
AVELLINO, Italy (Reuters) - Three managers at Autostrade per l'Italia, and three former managers, were found guilty of manslaughter on Friday in a case relating to a 2013 motorway accident that killed 40 people, while CEO Giovanni Castellucci was acquitted.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy published a report on Tuesday into road operator Autostrade per l'Italia's role in last month's deadly bridge collapse, laying out evidence that Rome is expected to use to strip the company of its concessions to run Italian motorways.
MILAN/ROME (Reuters) - Italy's Autostrade was to blame for the collapse of a bridge because of its failure to conduct maintenance, and the company will not be given the contract to rebuild it, Transport Minister Danilo Toninelli said on Tuesday.
ROME (Reuters) - The Italian government has told Autostrade's Chinese shareholder it would offer compensation should it decide to strip the toll-road operator of its motorway concession after last month's deadly bridge collapse in Genoa.
MARINA DI PIETRASANTA, Italy (Reuters) - A top Italian official raised doubts on Friday over the idea of nationalising Autostrade per l'Italia following a deadly bridge collapse, saying the other option was to launch a European tender for the toll-road company's concessions.
(Reuters) - Some European companies are rethinking their strategies to cushion the impact of trade tensions between the world's two biggest economies, the United States and China.
PARIS (Reuters) - France could impose power cuts this winter due to an electricity shortage, an unprecedented step in the wealthy nation which would expose the vulnerabilities of its dependence on nuclear power.
LONDON (Reuters) - Developing nations are leading a revival of interest in nuclear power, say atomic plant builders, but orders remain elusive as more safety features post-Fukushima have inflated investment costs.