PARIS, Nov 30 (Reuters) - France may renounce voting rights for three percent of EADS but is likely to keep its full economic stake of 15 percent as part of a deal to bring Germany into the capital of the Airbus parent group, sources close to the matter said. The possible decision to split up France's stake in the European aerospace group is a compromise designed to allow France and Germany to hold 12 percent each of EADS inside a newly formed, government-only core ...
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