European aerospace executives and industrial policy makers should make it a priority to identify the root of the EADS-Airbus crisis, devise more realistic management rules and ensure that the chaos that prevailed in the past several weeks is never repeated. However, whether EADS's is capable of going beyond a mere reshuffling of management is in doubt. The six-year-old group's structure already looks outdated. Moreover, it continues to suffer from political interference, proving once ...
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