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Interbrew's announcement yesterday that it may seal a significant deal with Latin America's number one brewer Ambev has raised fears that the Belgian beer group is over spending. But the thought of toppling Anheuser-Busch as the world's largest brewer may be too tempting a target for the company to ignore. Chris Brook-Carter reports.


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