Italy's deputy PM says ArcelorMittal's Ilva offer not sufficient on jobs


By Angelo AmanteROME (Reuters) - Italy's government, which has questioned the validity of ArcelorMittal's planned takeover of Italian steelmaker Ilva, on Wednesday said it was not happy with new bid proposals put forward by the steel giant.

Italy's deputy prime minister Luigi Di Maio said that while the Luxembourg-based ArcelorMittal had improved its environmental pledges, it could still do more on the jobs front.While putting pressure on ArcelorMittal to enhance its original offer, the new coalition has also ordered a review of the 2017 tender.....

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