KUALA LUMPUR—Malaysia is looking to buy three utility helicopters suitable for maritime operations, as a budget crunch forces it to delay a longstanding requirement for antisubmarine rotorcraft. Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) Chief Adm. Reza Sany told reporters the helicopters being sought will be based in the east coast of Sabah, in the Malaysian part of the Borneo island. The helicopters will be used to transport troops and equipment for ongoing operations there, he said, adding that ...

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