MILAN, May 20 (Reuters) - A rescue plan for ailing carrier Alitalia calls for investment of 1.4 billion euros ($2.18 billion), an Italian newspaper said on Tuesday, but the adviser drafting it said it was too early to talk about numbers. Il Messaggero reported a plan to rescue the airline drawn up by Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's adviser Bruno Ermolli envisaged the creation of a new company with at least 1.4 billion euros worth of capital. Roberto Colaninno, chief executive of ...
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