ANALYSIS: MillerCoors deal will alter US playing field
News this week that SABMiller and Molson Coors are to team up in the US beer market may have caught the industry by surprise, but the logic is compelling. As Olly Wehring reports, not only can the deal provide a boost to the country's number two and three brewers but it offers a significant challenge to Anheuser-Busch too.
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