BERLIN, June 28 (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday the German state would not take a direct stake in EADS and reiterated that restructuring of the firm must help make the aerospace and defence firm more competitive. Speaking after meeting French Prime Minister Francois Fillon in Berlin, Merkel said: "The German government does not plan to take a direct stake in EADS." "I would not speak of areas of disagreement (with France) but of common goals," she added. "A ...
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