Italy court acquits former Leonardo top managers in India corruption case

MILAN (Reuters) - An Italian appeals court on Monday acquitted two former Leonardo executives over a bribery case related to a large 2010 helicopter contract to the Indian government.

Giuseppe Orsi, former chief executive of the state-controlled defence group, formerly known as Finmeccanica, and Bruno Spagnolini, once at the head of helicopter unit AgustaWestland, were cleared of charges as "there isn't sufficient proof", according to the sentence read out in court. In December 2016, Italy's highest court had ordered a re-trial of the case,.....

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