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The Telecom Italia headquarters in Rozzano, Italy.

Telecom Italia shares tumbled as KKR & Co. plans to drop a 10.8 billion-euro ($11.9 billion) takeover proposal if the ex-phone monopoly doesn’t grant it the due diligence it’s requested since last November.
In a letter expected on Monday, KKR is set to reiterate its interest in making a possible bid while making clear it wants to review the phone carrier’s finances even more urgently than before, as market conditions have changed, according to people familiar with the matter. 

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