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A preliminary version of the new blacklisting policy being drafted by the Ministry of Defence to deal with corruption in defence deals is reportedly likely to impose company and product specific ban rather than blanket proscription as per news website NDTV. "After the new policy comes in, we will not buy helicopters or have any business relationship with AugustaWestland - a subsidiary of the Finmeccanica that is suspected to paid bribes when India bought AW-101 helicopters. But India will be free to negotiate with other companies within the conglomerate for other platforms," a top Defence Ministry source was quoted by the NDTV. Reports indicate that the same has been approved by the Defence Acquisition Council meeting recently.

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