* Says A320 production increase imaginable * Says suppliers having difficulty getting financing * Reiterates opposes government taking stake in EADS (Adds Airbus CEO comments on shareholder structure) FRANKFURT, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Airbus, the aircraft making arm of EADS, expects to receive fewer new orders in 2012 compared with this year, when customers snapped up the new A320neo aircraft, Chief Executive Thomas Enders said in a newspaper interview. "There won't be the same kind of ...
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