STUTTGART, Germany, Feb 16 (Reuters) - Daimler stuck with its stance on Wednesday that it was hard to understand why French authorities suspected the German carmaker of insider trading in shares of Airbus parent EADS . "Daimler was assigned the status of an accused party in the French investigation concerning the sale of EADS blocs of shares by Daimler and Lagardere in April 2006," Chief Financial Officer Bodo Uebber said, according to a speech text distributed at the company's annual ...
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