BERLIN, March 28 (Reuters) - Germany expects to receive details from European planemaker Airbus next month on the problems plaguing its A400M military transport plane, a defence ministry official told a newspaper. Airbus, owned by aerospace and defence group EADS, won a reprieve over late delivery of the plane earlier this month, when European governments agreed to postpone a decision on whether to scrap Europe's biggest arms project until the summer. But Ruediger Wolf, a state secretary ...
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