Airbus parent EADS reported first-half net income of €403 million ($632.7 million), a better-than-fivefold increase over a €71 million profit in the year-ago period, but said that owing to the declining value of the US dollar it will unveil a revamped restructuring plan later this year called Power8Plus. Airbus's original Power8 program was designed to achieve €5 billion in cumulative savings in 2007-09 and to cut costs by €2.1 billion annually from 2010. "To maintain ...

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