A tangled web of relationships is behind the tragedy that hit the Italian city of Genova on 14 August when the Morandi bridge – a massive 51-year-old motorway construction known locally as the “Brooklyn Bridge” – collapsed, killing 43 people.

Those relationships – spanning government officials and corporate executives as well as a slew of stakeholders, including influential international investors – will be tested for months to come. Who will be the ultimate loser is no trivial matter now.

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