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By Robert Galbraith, The Business, London Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
Oct. 31--Saving raised 7.6 billion ($9.7, 5.3 billion pounds) through the sale of 20 percent of public utility Enel, the Italian government faces the much more daunting task of getting investors interested in state broadcaster RAI.
Maurizio Gasparri, the Italian telecommunications minister, said last week that a global coordinator for a share offer, probably for at least 20 percent of the company, will be appointed shortly.
The decision to choose the media organisation as the next asset to be put on the market is a surprise. Despite having a dominant position in …