(Adds details) PARIS, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Disagreement over the funding of a $10-billion new plane project at Airbus has forced parent firm EADS to cancel a Friday board meeting which was due to decide on whether to go ahead with the development, an industry source said on Friday. Airbus has spent two years grappling with the design of the A350 while archrival Boeing Co. has gone ahead with producing its 787 Dreamliner, winning more than 400 orders for the plane which is due to go into ...
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