PARIS, Dec 18 (Reuters) - France's lower house of parliament rejected on Tuesday two requests to set up a committee of inquiry into share dealings and alleged insider trading at European aerospace and defence group EADS . The separate demands, made by left-wing parties, were to investigate "the role and control of the state on the evolution of EADS shareholder structure since November 2005" and "insider trading within the EADS group". The lower house's finance committee turned down the ...
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