Rolls-Royce’s underlying profits from its civil aerospace business rose 12% to £942 million ($1.4 billion) in 2014, off the back of a 3% boost in underlying revenues. For the full 2014 financial year, Rolls-Royce’s underlying civil engine revenues grew 8% to £3.3 billion, boosted by the ramp-up in Trent 1000 production, while services revenue fell 1% to £3.6 billion. Net orders were up 5% at £11.7 billion, with aftermarket services making up 31% of that ...

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