GE Aircraft Engines expects revenues in 2005 to reach a record $13 billion, up from $12.55 billion in 2004, on stronger commercial engine deliveries, higher utilization that drives its services business and increased activity from military applications. GE said it has invested approximately $1 billion annually in engine R&D since 2001 and that figure will grow to $1.2 billion in 2005.

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