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September 7, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Continental-Alitalia Alliance Advances: The proposed marketing agreement between the U.S. and Italian airlines won tentative approval from the U.S. Department of Transportation. Under the code-sharing plan, the airlines would be able to sell each other's tickets. They could link end-to-end flights into a single long-haul offering, or one carrier could simply sell flights operated by another.
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NEWS
February 25, 1987 | TOM REDBURN, Times Staff Writer
Italy's boycott of last weekend's dollar stabilization talks is part of an internal European struggle for political influence, officials said Tuesday. Britain and France are worried that Italy's effort to win more power in international economic affairs could diminish their own role in participating in decision-making along with West Germany, Japan and the United States.
BUSINESS
June 11, 1989 | JAMES FLANIGAN
Abig deal between American Telephone & Telegraph and Italy's state-owned telephone company received little publicity when it was signed in Rome last week, but it can tell you more than all the headlined takeovers about how world trade and technological competition really work today and will work tomorrow. The news is good. AT&T won a big victory in Europe as the Italian government gave it the nod to be the prime foreign contractor for the modernization of Italy's phone system. The government plans to spend $28 billion in the next four years to upgrade telecommunications.
BUSINESS
June 26, 1987 | Associated Press
U.S. pasta makers Thursday urged the European Community to end what they called its illegal subsidies on pasta exports, saying they undermine American prices by up to 60%. U.S. National Pasta Assn. leaders pressed their case in Brussels as American and EEC negotiators worked against a July 1 deadline to settle a 6-year-old transatlantic pasta dispute. "The U.S. pasta market is growing steadily," Robert E. Ronzoni, head of the U.S. National Pasta Assn., told reporters.
BUSINESS
June 11, 1989 | JAMES FLANIGAN
Abig deal between American Telephone & Telegraph and Italy's state-owned telephone company received little publicity when it was signed in Rome last week, but it can tell you more than all the headlined takeovers about how world trade and technological competition really work today and will work tomorrow. The news is good. AT&T won a big victory in Europe as the Italian government gave it the nod to be the prime foreign contractor for the modernization of Italy's phone system. The government plans to spend $28 billion in the next four years to upgrade telecommunications.
BUSINESS
September 7, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Continental-Alitalia Alliance Advances: The proposed marketing agreement between the U.S. and Italian airlines won tentative approval from the U.S. Department of Transportation. Under the code-sharing plan, the airlines would be able to sell each other's tickets. They could link end-to-end flights into a single long-haul offering, or one carrier could simply sell flights operated by another.
BUSINESS
June 26, 1987 | Associated Press
U.S. pasta makers Thursday urged the European Community to end what they called its illegal subsidies on pasta exports, saying they undermine American prices by up to 60%. U.S. National Pasta Assn. leaders pressed their case in Brussels as American and EEC negotiators worked against a July 1 deadline to settle a 6-year-old transatlantic pasta dispute. "The U.S. pasta market is growing steadily," Robert E. Ronzoni, head of the U.S. National Pasta Assn., told reporters.
NEWS
February 25, 1987 | TOM REDBURN, Times Staff Writer
Italy's boycott of last weekend's dollar stabilization talks is part of an internal European struggle for political influence, officials said Tuesday. Britain and France are worried that Italy's effort to win more power in international economic affairs could diminish their own role in participating in decision-making along with West Germany, Japan and the United States.
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