France, Germany agree strategy in EADS talks -report

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FRANKFURT, Sept 30 (Reuters) - France and Germany have agreed a common strategy for the planned $45 billion merger of Airbus parent EADS and Britain's BAE Systems, a German magazine reported on Sunday. The plan foresees France and Germany each holding a 9 percent stake in the merged entity, which would be the world's largest defence and aerospace company, Der Spiegel magazine reported, citing high level civil servants. The Franco-German agreement would form the ...

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