LONDON — Italian prosecutors have ended their investigations into alleged corruption surrounding the sale of 12 AW101 helicopters to the Indian air force by AgustaWestland in 2010. Parent company Finmeccanica on July 29 said that AgustaWestland has agreed with the tribunal in Busto Arsizio to pay a "negligible fine" to settle the case, but the company insists the fine is not an admission of any wrongdoing. Finmeccanica is keen to put the scandal — which has been ...
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