Russia’s Irkut Corp. has reported 2013 net income of RUB1.043 billion ($28.08 million), down 38.6% from RUB1.7 billion in the year-ago period. The results are published according to Russian accounting standards.  Revenue rose 19.6% to RUB58.142 billion, due to delivery growth of military Sukhoi Su-35SM and Yakovlev Yak-130 training aircraft  for Russia’s defense ministry; the net profit fall is due to MC-21 program investments.  For nine months in 2013, ...

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