MESEBERG, Germany, Feb 23 (Reuters) - France and Germany have a common interest in a balanced sharing out of the restructuring of European plane maker Airbus, French President Jacques Chirac and German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday. In a joint statement, the two leaders said they were confident Airbus management would guarantee a balanced restructuring of the company, a subsidiary of European aerospace group EADS . They added that they were "vigilant" on employment at Airbus ...
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