(Updates with Telecom, Tronchetti statements; new throughout) By Gilles Castonguay and Stefano Rebaudo MILAN, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Telecom Italia moved on Monday to quell government and union fears that it planned to sell off its mobile unit TIM to foreigners and said its more than 40 billion euros ($51.10 billion) in debt was manageable. The telecoms operator's controlling shareholder, Marco Tronchetti Provera, meanwhile said the group appeared to be the injured party in arrests in an ...
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