LAS VEGAS — AgustaWestland says it has opened its books and is providing investigators with “full transparency” as it deals with the aftermath of the Indian helicopter corruption scandal. Newly appointed CEO Daniele Romiti — who had been in the job just five days — told journalists on the eve of Heli-Expo 2013 here that the company is complying with both Indian and Italian investigators looking into alleged corruption surrounding the sale of 12 AW101 helicopters for use in the VIP role ...
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