15 October 1998 THE ROMANIAN GOVERNMENT’S PRIORITIES came into question during its attempts in mid-September to finagle a $1.5 billion deal with U.S.-based Bell Helicopters. Under the deal, Bell acquired a majority stake in a Romanian state-owned aviation plant for the manufacture of helicopters for the Romanian military. “If each of us would give up […]

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