Airbus U-turns on negotiation with Atos for stake in security business Evidian

The planemaker had previously made an offer to buy a 29.9 per cent stake into Evidian

Andrea Gaini
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Airbus has stepped down from acquiring a 29.9 per cent minority stake into French services giant Atos' security business. The company claimed the move does not meet objectives "in the current co...

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