By Matthias Blamont PARIS, May 21 (Reuters) - Plans by Airbus parent EADS to tap into the vast United States military budget by making transatlantic acquisitions are likely to take time and will unfold in small steps, analysts said on Wednesday. Despite ongoing problems with delays to projects such as the A380 superjumbo and the A400M military airlifter, EADS has targeted possible U.S. takeovers as part of a strategy to balance out its sales between the civil and military markets. ...
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