AMF, the French stock market regulator, said its 18-month investigation into alleged insider trading at Airbus and parent EADS related to A380 program delays produced enough evidence to "initiate proceedings" against an undisclosed number of unidentified executives. AMF will issue charges in coming days that could lead to fines by its sanctions commission after hearings are held. It will hand its findings to public prosecutors who could levy criminal charges. AMF has been investigating ...

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