Abertis Infraestructuras SA (ABE.MC)
March 15 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Thursday:
MADRID An agreement between Spain's ACS and Italy's Atlantia to make a joint 18-billion-euro ($22.2 billion) bid for Abertis will not lead to a break-up of the Spanish toll-road operator's assets, ACS's chairman said on Thursday.
* Spain's ACS, Italy's Atlantia agree to jointly bid for Abertis
MADRID, March 15 An accord between ACS and Italy's Atlantia to make a joint 18-billion-euro ($22.2 billion) bid for Abertis does not include plans to break up the Spanish highway concessions company's assets, the ACS chairman said on Thursday.
MILAN/ROME Italy's Atlantia and Spanish builder ACS agreed a joint 18 billion euro ($22 billion) bid for Abertis on Wednesday, ending a five-month battle for the Spanish road-toll operator and easing political worries.
The following factors could affect Italian markets on Thursday.
* Atlantia, ACS strike deal to jointly buy Abertis * Atlantia to have control over acquisition vehicle * Italian group has option to buy stake in Cellnex * Deal follows Spanish concerns over foreign takeover (Adds boards' approval, Atlantia option on Cellnex) By Francesca Landini and Stefano Bernabei MILAN/ROME, March 14 Italy's Atlantia and Spanish builder ACS agreed a joint 18 billion euro ($22 billion) bid for Abertis on Wednesday, ending a five-month bat
March 14 Italian toll road operator Atlantia says:
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MADRID/MILAN Spanish builder ACS will take the lead in a plan with Italy's Atlantia to jointly acquire toll road operator Abertis , two sources said, in a move aimed at soothing Spanish fears of losing a corporate crown jewel.