I found it only in German online news.
EADS, parent company of the European airplane manufacturer airbus, helps the competitor Boeing for its new model 787 "Dreamliner" with parts, so that the machine can get as light and thus economical as planned. As the "Financial Times Germany" reported, the Augsburger EADS plant will supply a large trunk construction unit from composite material for the new Boeing long-distance aircraft. "We have a preliminary agreement, but still no series contract", a speaker of the enterprise said to the news paper. The rear cover of the airplane cab, the pressure bulkhead, from Augsburg would be the first part, which Boeing will receive from EADS from Germany.
[Edited 2005-10-18 19:56:09]