EADS EGM scheduled for first quarter: source
BERLIN (Reuters) - EADS will call an extraordinary general meeting in the first quarter of next year to seek approval of a planned overhaul of its shareholders structure, a source at the German economy ministry said on Thursday.
Nations in EADS on Wednesday agreed on the biggest shake-up of the European aerospace group since it was founded over a decade ago, opting after years of uneasy cohabitation to put its board and most of its shares beyond public control.
(Reporting by Markus Wacket; Writing by Maria Sheahan)
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