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Parliamentary questions
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4 April 2019
Question for written answer P-001661-19
to the Commission
Rule 130
Mercedes Bresso (S&D)

 Subject:  Completion of the Asti-Cuneo motorway section
 Answer in writing 

The Italian Government plans to complete the Asti-Cuneo motorway section using different methods from those set out in Commission Decision C (2018)2435 of 27.4.2018 relating to cases SA 49335 (2017/N) and SA 49336 (2017/N). The Italian Government has also announced that it intends to commission SIAS S.p.A. to complete the work, in exchange for an increase in the takeover value, i.e. the figure that the takeover concessionaire will have to pay to SIAS S.p.A. after the invitation to tender for the A4 Turin-Milan motorway section in 2026.

Can the Commission answer the following questions:
1. Have there been any talks between the Italian Government and the Commission concerning possible different ways of completing the Asti-Cuneo motorway section? If so, what was the outcome?
2. Has the Italian Government submitted to the Commission any alternative proposals to that set out in Decision C (2018)2435 for the completion of the Asti-Cuneo motorway section?
3. If so, what is the Commission’s view on the matter and within how long does it expect to decide?
4. If it has not, what is the Commission’s view on the arrangements for the completion of the Asti-Cuneo section announced by the Italian Government? In its view, do those arrangements comply with EU legislation on state aid and public procurement?
Original language of question: IT 
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