DaimlerChrysler Aerospace (DASA) said yesterday that operating profit for 1999 was up 17% to 730 million euros, and that revenues were up 5% to 9.2 billion euros, "eclipsing" 1998 results. Backlog of the German company rose 9% for the year and orders represent about two and half years of work. Net income decreased to 60 million euros from 547 million euros in 1998, due largely to non-recurring tax expenses related to changes in Germany's tax laws. DASA is enjoying the fruits of its ...

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