STUTTGART, Germany, Feb 16 (Reuters) - Daimler Chief Executive Dieter Zetsche signalled the German carmaker could make a change to its holding in Airbus parent EADS but said no decision had been made yet. "We intend to maintain industrial leadership, but the stakes and the structure could be under discussion in the future," Zetsche told Reuters Insider TV in an interview on Wednesday. Government sources told Reuters last week that the German government is seeking a new private investor ...
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