You are confusing Airbus with Airbus Defence and Space. Airbus is not involved at all in SpaceX decision.
You are correct, my mistake.
Airbus Group is not a Dutch multinational. It is simply registered in Netherlands for corporate tax-benefits.
Sorry, but regardless of the reason for being registered in the Netherlands it still makes it a Dutch multinational corporation. But I'll compromise and call it a Dutch registered, French headquartered multinational corporation.
Airbus Defence and Space is not a German subsidiary. It consists of independent companies from France, Germany, UK and other EU mignon-states. These companies like to pretend on paper they are unified. France has the largest share of ADS, then Germany, then UK.
Yeah, no. According to ADS's own website those companies were consolidated into ADS as a German based division (i.e. subsidiary) of AG.
And regardless of who owns the shares, government or otherwise, AG is still a publicly traded company that owns ADS.
So I will amend my original post to say that a French politician is complaining that the German division [wikipedia.org] of a Dutch registered, French headquartered multinational corporation [wikipedia.org] is choosing an American launch vehicle instead of one offered by the very same German division of that very same Dutch registered, French headquartered multinational corporation.