Busto Arsizio


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Busto Arsizio

(bo͞o`stō ärsē`tsyō), city (1991 pop. 77,094), Lombardy, N Italy. It is a leading center of the Italian cotton industry; metal goods and shoes are also manufactured. The Church of Santa Maria di Piazza was designed (1515) by Bramante.
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Ferraro SPA founded in Busto Arsizio in 1953 specializes in the construction of machines for finishing of knitted fabrics.
And in January 2013, Kevin Prince-Boateng - now with Schalke - threw the ball into the crowd and walked off the pitch after fans of lower-league Pro Patria hurled racist abuse at him during a friendly match in Busto Arsizio.
Boateng picked up the ball, kicked it towards the stands and walked off the pitch in Pro Patria's home town of Busto Arsizio near Milan.
Pro Patria is a club from Busto Arsizio, Varese, a few kilometres worth-west of Milan.
Girelli is chief of the IBD Unit, Gastroenterology and Digestive Endoscopy Service, at the Hospital of Busto Arsizio (VA), Italy.
Busto Arsizio initially launched a call for tender but then changed its mind.
The ECJ insists Busto Arsizio did not exercise sufficient managerial control over AGESP to warrant such a procedure (C-340/04).
An initial decision favored Alitalia, and earlier this week a court in Milan backed a decision made by a court in Busto Arsizio to reject Air One's appeal, according to La Stampa.
Luigi Bandera Spa, Busto Arsizio, Italy +39 (0331) 39 81 11* PT Direct: 734VH
Most schools try and confiscate phones before exams, but this way we can be sure nobody slips through," said Benedetto Di Rienzo, the head of the Enrico Tosi Technical Institute in Busto Arsizio.
Italian finance police raided Volare's offices in Milan late on 22 November 2004 with local media reporting that they seized documents relating to financial activity as part of an investigation by prosecutors in Busto Arsizio near Milan, reports Reuters.
Comerio Ercole SpA, Via Castellanza 100, 21052 Busto Arsizio (Varese), Italy)