That's a CV... CTV = Corpo Truppe Volontarie, the Italian Expeditionary Force.
Italian planes, tanks and weapons on the other hand were readily available. CR32s were sold to Venezuela, Paraguay and Chile and CV33/L3s were sold to Brazil and Salvador. They were sold closer to home too, but I wanted to get across the idea that distance is no object to trade in the 1930s. Italian small arms and artillery can be found all over the place.
Given that the Italians had a heap of Adrian helmets to get rid of too, an 'Italian looking' force could turn up anywhere. The 'new' helmet is a bit more problematic, but is similar enough in shape at 28mm to belong to another country.
When I talk about 'Germans' and 'Italians' etc, I mean official troops sent as a military unit in their nation's uniform and kit. Foreign 'volunteers' are pretty much indistinguishable from anyone else and wear what they're given by their host.