A picture shows the collapsed Morandi motorway bridge in Genoa on September 2, 2018. The giant motorway bridge collapsed on August 14, 2018 killing 43 people. / AFP / MARCO BERTORELLO
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Rebuilding Genoa's collapsed motorway bridge will cost 150 to 200 million euros ($170-$230 million), a local authority official said Sunday.The work will be undertaken by state-controlled Fincantieri, in cooperation with Autostrade per l'Italia, Giovanni Toti, the governor of the Liguria region, which is centered on Genoa, told a business conference in northern Italy.Last month's collapse of the bridge operated by motorway group Autostrade, which is controlled by infrastructure company Atlantia, killed 43 people.Toti appeared to reject that line.
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