MILAN, Aug 28 (Reuters) - IMMSI , the holding company of the man who is set to become chairman of the successor to Alitalia, has approved an investment of up to 150 million euros ($222 million) in the new airline, it said on Thursday. IMMSI made the announcement after Roberto Colaninno presented the details of the Alitalia rescue plan to its board. IMMSI also said it expected Colaninno to become chairman of the new airline. Colaninno owns more than 80 percent of IMMSI. (Reporting by ...
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