Turboprop manufacturer ATR increased revenue 13% to $1.64 billion in 2013 and the Franco-Italian company anticipates reaching the $2 billion mark in two years, according to CEO Filippo Bagnato. Speaking in Paris, Bagnato said that while final figures still had to be consolidated, ATR is likely to post an EBIT profit figure of around $150 million for 2013. The manufacturer does not normally give a net profit figure. The profit level of around 9% of revenue had remained stable in recent years, ...

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