FRANKFURT, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Airbus parent EADS and Britain's BAE Systems are discussing changing the 60-40 ratio of a possible deal in favour of more weighting for EADS shareholders, two people familiar with the deal said on Tuesday. "The ratio could be changed up to 3 percentage points in favour of EADS", an EADS advisor said, while another person even said a change of 3-5 percentage points in favour of EADS was possible. EADS was not immediately available ...
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