Its a very interesting article, which seems to draw on sources mainly at Mercedes and at Sauber. I will try and have a go at a better translation, alhough the google tranlate is not too bad from what I saw.
In between the lines its clear these 10 teams are all teams save the 2 red Bulls (as was reported earlier), and Ferrari is supportive of cost control, but does not want a budget cap that is strictly policed.
As for the engines, it seems a lot about cost control rather than other objectives, which fit in nicely with ongoing talks with the engine manufacturers about how much the teams will pay.
What I find the most interesting notion is, that Bernie seems now to be playing hardball with Todt over how much the FIA will get (would any teams seriously sign up for a GP1 breakaway-series without the FIA in it?)
From what this series is described to contain, its not likely Red Bull would like it, but then again, the whole deal seams to boil down to them either swallowing severe restrictions to aerodynamics (with Bernie) or a budget cap and FIA cost control with F1.
Is it possible that this tug of war between BE and JT is another reason for why that early Singapore float? Hm, I must say that to me it sounds rather like the repeating talks of a breakaway series each time the money is discussed in F1.
I will have a go at translating the article and send it to you @keithcollantine