OBERURSEL, Germany, Nov 27 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler Chief Executive Dieter Zetsche said on Monday he was confident that shareholders in aerospace group EADS would find a way to finance the new A350 XWB airliner. "I am pretty sure we will come to a common approach in this regard.... I am definitely optimistic in this regard," Zetsche told Reuters after a speaking engagement. But he said the world's fifth-largest carmaker was not prepared to support a capital increase at EADS. ...
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