AgustaWestland is counting on its solid military business to offset the temporary difficulties of the commercial market. Even though defense budgets may be declining as governments suffer lower revenues in the current economic downturn, AgustaWestland Chief Executive Giuseppe Orsi believes the military business will remain robust. And there is no reason to adjust performance targets for 2009, he notes, even though they were set before the full brunt of the crisis was felt last year. ...

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