Rolls-Royce Group returned to profit in 2009, reporting a £2.22 billion ($3.47 billion) surplus that compared to a £1.35 billion loss in 2008. Revenue rose 14.7% to £10.41 billion, with the civil aerospace segment accounting for 56% of that total. The company said it expected 2010 results to be "broadly similar" to last year's. Rolls delivered 844 engines for civil aircraft last year, down from 987 in 2008. Underlying revenue in the segment dipped 0.5% to £4.48 billion ...

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