LONDON – Airbus Defense and Space enjoyed increased orders in the first nine months of 2014, but the company says it is struggling to overcome delays in bringing new tactical capabilities to the A400M airlifter. Orders increased by 15% over 2013, to €8.23 billion ($10.24 billion) compared to €7.12 billion in 2013, but revenues were down slightly by 2.2%, Airbus Group CFO Harald Wilhelm told investors Nov. 14. However, Wilhelm said Airbus was continuing negotiations with A400M ...

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