ILVA commissioner to have 36-mth mandate

Bondi tipped to get appointment

ILVA commissioner to have 36-mth mandate

Rome, June 4 - A government-appointed commissioner for steel group ILVA's troubled Taranto plant will have a 36-month mandate to clean it up and keep it running, according to a draft decree, a copy of which was obtained by ANSA Tuesday. The decree, set to be approved by the cabinet Tuesday, will take over the plant's management from the Riva family. Outgoing CEO Enrico Bondi, a corporate troubleshooter who revived bankrupt dairy group Parmalat, has been tipped to get the appointment. The plant, Europe's biggest, has been at the centre of a long-running political and judicial row pitting production and employment concerns against serious pollution which has raised the incidence of cancer in the southern Italian city .

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