LONDON — Israel Aerospace Industries has seen a slight rebound in sales and a significant boost in profitability, the state-owned enterprise reports. After watching sales slide to $2.9 billion in 2009 from $3.6 billion the year prior, IAI reports 9% growth last year, with sales reaching $3.2 billion. Profit also recovered after falling to $61 million in 2009; it reached $94 million in 2010, which was slightly above the 2008 result. The rebound was achieved even though commercial ...
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