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Belgian-based brewing giant, Interbrew, has said it is looking for growth in the German market but would not involve itself in any hostile takeovers. Interbrew CEO, Hugo Powell, told the Financial Times that he believed the German market to be open to consolidation, adding that a small number of acquisitions could strengthen the multinational's position.


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