ADR to Stop Fiumicino Plan as Rate Increase Blocked: Messaggero

Benetton-controlled ADR has frozen its 1.8 billion-euro investment plan for Rome’s Fiumicino airport because the government hasn’t acted on a planned rate increase, newspaper Il Messaggero reported without citing anyone. * Tariff increase being blocked by inaction of Finance Ministry: Messaggero * Prime Minister Mario Monti set to resign this week, meaning no action on the airport rates until a new government is in place * NOTE: Sintonia Urges Italy to Approve Rome Airport Concession Plan NSN MEZCFS6TTDTG <GO>

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