By Tim Hepher and Cyril Altmeyer LE BOURGET, France, June 19 (Reuters) - Europe's largest aerospace group EADS is studying new ways of fending off potential aggressors that would give core Franco-German shareholders room to sell off stakes, its chief executive said. The idea is to wean the Airbus parent company off a system of controlling stakes which have preserved a Franco-German power balance since the company was created 11 years ago, but which is under strain due to changes of ...
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