BRUSSELS, Aug 30 (Reuters) - The European Union's antitrust chief Neelie Kroes did not send a fresh letter to Italy over its opposition to a deal between Autostrade and Spain's Abertis , her spokesman said on Wednesday. Earlier in the day, Italy's infrastructure minister told Italian news agency ANSA that he had received such a letter that warned the country not to interfere in the proposed transport merger and that he did not accept ultimatums. "We have not sent any request of information ...
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