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Anheuser-Busch OKs InBev's $52 Billion Buyout Bid

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Anheuser-Busch OKs InBev's $52 Billion Buyout Bid

Deborah Amos talks with KWMU reporter Matt Sepic in St. Louis
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Belgian brewer InBev announced Monday that it will buy American rival Anheuser-Busch for $52 billion. The merger would form the world's largest brewer and put the iconic American beer maker in the hands of the company that produces Stella Artois and Beck's beers.

Deborah Amos talks with reporter Matt Sepic from member station KWMU in St. Louis.

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