Giovedì, 20 Settembre 2018

ILVA demands to resume possession of finished products


Taranto, January 4 - Italian steel producer ILVA on
Friday asked to resume possession of steel and semi-finished
products seized from its troubled Taranto plant on November 26
following the conversion into law of a government decree
allowing the factory to remain in production while much-needed
environmental upgrades are carried out.
This is the second time that the company has filed such a
A local investigating judge rejected its initial petition
against the court-ordered seizure on grounds that the December 3
decree was not retroactive.
ILVA appealed against that ruling and the appeal is due to
be heard on January 8.
Meanwhile Taranto prosecutors have also filed their own
petition against the decree law with the Constitutional Court,
alleging a conflict in the attribution of powers between the
judiciary and the executive.
ILVA has been at the centre of a political and legal battle
since July when local magistrates ordered the partial closure of
its Taranto plant due to serious health concerns.
In November seven top managers were arrested as part of a
corruption probe.

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