Finmeccanica delays accounts results over India probe

Feb 22 2013, 09:25 IST
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Former chairman and chief executive officer of Finmeccanica Giuseppe Orsi poses next to a helicopter.  (Reuters) Former chairman and chief executive officer of Finmeccanica Giuseppe Orsi poses next to a helicopter. (Reuters)
SummaryFinmeccanica's executives met a senior Indian delegation in Italy on Thursday about the probe.

Foreign Affairs Ministry in Rome on Thursday as well as Eugenio Fusco, the Italian prosecutor investigating the case, on Friday.

Finmeccanica said in its statement its board had also discussed the sale of its Ansaldo Energia unit but no decision on this issue was taken.

The group has put Ansaldo Energia up for sale as part of an asset disposal plan aimed at streamlining the company and avoiding credit rating downgrades, but the sale process has dragged on for months.

Finmeccanica also named Daniele Romiti as the chief of its helicopter unit, replacing Bruno Spagnolini, who was arrested earlier in February with Finmeccanica's former CEO as part of the probe.

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