Lunedì, 22 Ottobre 2018

Senate approves 2.25 billion euros over 13 years for TAV


Rome, December 19 - An allocation of 2.25 billion
euros for the controversial TAV high-speed rail link project
between Italy and France was approved Wednesday night by the
Senate budget committee.
The allocation was included in Italy's stability law, which
also includes next year's budget measures and is being reviewed
and finalized by the Senate.
The government wants to see the bill passed by Friday.
Italy and France have agreed to begin building the
controversial high-speed rail link between Lyon and Turin in
Both countries say that the high-speed rail - which has led
to violent protests in Italy - is a piece of "strategic" and
"priority" infrastructure for the entire European Union.
Italy has also said the high-speed rail project, known in
Italy as the TAV, is an important driver of economic growth.

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