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The UK's Financial Times today reported that it had seen documents purporting that Interbrew, the Belgian beer giant and South African Breweries will merge. SAB, listed in London, has a market capitalisation of £3.4bn (US4.7bn) suggesting that a bidder would have to offer more than £4bn.


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