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Italy to revoke Autostrade’s Morandi bridge concession but ‘unbalanced’ deals set to remain

Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte softens threat to nationalise all concessions but warns of ‘a clear signal of change’ to how they are operated.

Italy’s new government threatens to revoke motorway concessions after bridge collapse

The authorities are also demanding resignations and considering fines for operator Autostrade, following the incident in Genoa which killed at least 37 people.

Transurban offers to publish toll data to allay WestConnex competition concerns

The group’s access to detailed traffic information is at the core of the Australian watchdog’s concerns as it vies with IFM Investors to win approval for the project.

Transurban to battle IFM for Australia’s last big privatisation

To meet today's deadline, the Transurban-led team had to submit a conditional bid for WestConnex without knowing if it will receive clearance from the competition watchdog in September.

Australian competition watchdog delays decision on Transurban’s WestConnex bid

The ACCC’s continued competition concerns and the postponement of its decision until September could also delay the sale process of the toll road operator, with final bids due on 23 July.

Transurban bid for WestConnex raises competition concerns

The Australian watchdog is concerned that a Transurban-led win for could result in decreased competition among existing toll roads as well as for future concessions.

Australian government unveils infra spending boost

Federal budget promises big spending in roads and rail, including up to $3.7bn for a new Melbourne Airport rail link.

Transurban acquires $650m Montreal toll road from Macquarie

Purchase sees Transurban move into second market in North America.

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