AgustaWestland is still in contention for two helicopter contracts in India, despite the bribery scandal surrounding its sale of AW101 helicopters to the Indian air force. The Anglo-Italian defense firm is bidding for a 56 Naval Utility Helicopters (NUH) contract and to supply 14 twin-engine helicopters to the Indian coast guard. Defense Minister A.K. Antony confirms the company is still in the running for both programs. “Since no decision to debar the company from participation in ...
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