France's share in the European NH-90 military helicopter is expected to survive cuts in military procurement spending, which are scheduled to begin in 1997. But uncertainty about the program's survival has not entirely vanished--France's withdrawal would seriously endanger the four-nation joint venture. The antisubmarine warfare-transport NH-90 is being developed by France-based N.H. Industries (NHI) comprising Eurocopter France, Eurocopter Deutschland, Agusta and Fokker. The first ...

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