AgustaWestland has decided to proceed with arbitration over the scandal-plagued sale of 12 AW101 helicopters to India for VIP transport, even as the Indian Defense Ministry continues to discount the threat as it moves to terminate the award, saying “these proceedings are not applicable on the breach of the pre-contract integrity pact.” The Anglo-Italian defense firm held a Nov. 20 meeting in response to a show-cause notice from the defense ministry to scrap the controversial deal. After ...
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