French regulator presses charges against EADS

European aerospace firm EADS is facing charges of insider trading and misleading investors, according to media reports. The charges, filed by French regulators, are related to cost overruns and aircraft delays at Airbus, its commercial airline unit. EADS said it will "demonstrate that it has applied standards of excellence when communicating to the market, and has acted with full transparency."

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