By John Stonestreet and Christiaan Hetzner BERLIN/FRANKFURT, Feb 21 (Reuters) - Berlin will discuss on Wednesday options for maintaining the Franco-German power balance in aerospace and defence group EADS after Daimler said it might sell some or all of its stake. The firm's wish to focus on its core automotive business and eliminate the long-term drag on earnings that EADS represents has created a political headache for Chancellor Angela Merkel. Daimler holds a 15 percent economic ...
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