Cameron promises India co-operation in corruption probe
David Cameron has promised to "respond to any request for information" on corruption allegations over India's procurement of helicopters from the Anglo-Italian company AgustaWestland.
India has suspended payments under the terms of the £480m contract, following arrests at AgustaWestland and its parent firm Finmeccanica.
Mr Cameron, visiting India, stressed Finmeccanica was an "Italian company".
The company said it had acted correctly in reaching the deal.
James Landale reports.
19 Feb 2013
- From the section UK Politics