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Wed, Dec 13 2017

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Breakingviews - M&A friction limits EU single-market opportunity

MILAN (Reuters Breakingviews) - Two Spanish ministries are interfering in Italy-based Atlantia’s 16.5 billion euro takeover bid for local toll-road group Abertis. France and Italy similarly meddled in recent deals within the European Union. Building scale inside the bloc isn’t proving entirely borderless.

RPT-UPDATE 1-Atlantia braced for possible legal action to secure Abertis bid rights -source

* Atlantia considers legal action after Madrid ministers complain

Atlantia braced for possible legal action to secure Abertis bid rights: source

LONDON Italy's largest motorway operator Atlantia is examining legal action to stay in the $20 billion bidding war for Spanish rival Abertis amid concerns it will be frozen out of the contest, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.

UPDATE 1-Atlantia braced for possible legal action to secure Abertis bid rights -source

* Atlantia considers legal action after Madrid ministers complain

Atlantia may sweeten its offer for Abertis: CEO to FT

MILAN Atlantia Chief Executive told the Financial Times on Wednesday that there is room for the Italian infrastructure group to improve its offer on Spain's Abertis.

Exclusive: Atlantia mulling sweetener for Abertis bid - sources

MILAN/MADRID Italy's Atlantia plans to improve its offer for rival Spanish toll roads operator Abertis to trump a 17.1 billion-euro bid from Spanish construction giant ACS's German unit Hochtief , two sources said.

BRIEF-Spain's ACS says bid for Abertis is "flexible" depending on situation

* Says does not consider Abertis telecoms assets "strategic" in its takeover offer

Abertis pushes Atlantia to improve bid after Hochtief move

MADRID The board of Abertis wants Atlantia to improve its offer for the Spanish toll road group although the Italians have the backing of a key shareholder in a takeover battle.

UPDATE 1-Abertis pushes Atlantia to improve bid after Hochtief move

* Key shareholder also backs Italy's Atlantia (Adds details, share reaction)

Hochtief sees Abertis bidding process run into H1 2018: memo

FRANKFURT Hochtief expects the takeover process for Spanish toll road operator Abertis to run into 2018, Chief Executive Marcelino Fernandez Verdes said in a memo to staff.

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