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Eurocopter Plans to Open its Production in Russia
20.10.2011 11:33
Eurocopter Plans to Open its Production in Russia

Eurocopter, one of the largest helicopter producers in the world, plans to open its production in Russia. Eurocopter partners in assembly production may become one of the companies of former Minister of Communications and Information Technologies Leonid Reiman; another possible partner is the company RusAir, which held negotiations with Eurocopter in 2004.

Leningradskaya Region is regarded as one of the possible location for the future assembly production. Eurocopter may produce about 50 helicopters a year of Ecureuil type. According to The Kommersant, the company has already had orders in Russia.

Eurocopter is a French-German group, producing helicopters for military and civil needs. It holds about 30 % share in the world helicopter production. Russia has acquired about 80 Eurocopter helicopters since the beginning of 90s. The price of a helicopter is about $ 2 million.

Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Russian business     

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