(Adds quote, details, share price) MILAN, Aug 28 (Reuters) - The Italian financier who is set to become chairman of the successor to Alitalia won approval from his holding company IMMSI on Thursday to invest up to 150 million euros ($221.9 million) in the new airline. News of the approval, the latest in a series of confirmations by a number of investors of their involvement in saving Alitalia , boosted IMMSI shares more than 9 percent. At 1257 GMT, they were up 9.12 percent at 0.823 ...
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