FRANKFURT — Germany’s federal government is voicing serious concerns internally about the planned merger of EADS and BAE Systems. A Ministry of Economics and Technology report, destined for the federal parliament’s economics committee, points to a series of issues that puts the proposal’s viability in question. Germany, France and the U.K. have to approve the proposed transaction and have been looking at the implications for several weeks even before the plans became public earlier this ...

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