A recent surge in orders could lift AgustaWestland to a new level of financial health, with a €3-billion turnover mark in sight by decade's end, say executives. The Italian helicopter maker, like its Eurocopter rival, is experiencing strength in both its military and commercial business. The 2006 full results will not be disclosed until parent Finmeccanica announces its own performance, but it's clear that AgustaWestland beat its positive 2005 results: Production values last year topped ...

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