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Russian Helicopters to sell three helicopters to Chinese company

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Geoff ZiezulewiczMOSCOW, Nov. 2 (UPI) -- Russian Helicopters announced Wednesday it will sell three helicopters to China's Jiangsu Baoli Aviation Equipment Co.
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