AgustaWestland is turning its attention to setting up training and support bases in China after suspending talks for private assembly of its helicopters in the country. The company is not rejecting the possibility of eventually coming to an agreement with Chongqing Helicopter over assembly of AgustaWestland helicopters. But, in the meantime, an opportunity exists to train more of the pilots and other specialists who will be needed if manufacturers are to fully exploit the market. ...
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