ROME, March 28 (Reuters) - Autostrade , Italy's largest toll-road operator, said on Wednesday its board had approved a reorganization plan and proposed changing the company's name to Atlantia. The company, which abandoned its takeover by Spain's Abertis last year after Rome demanded investment commitments and concession changes, reported net profit for 2006 fell nearly 17 percent to 672 million euros due to the lack of extraordinary items that boosted results a year earlier. Analysts ...
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