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The Big Three Brewers Tempt Showdown with Obama's Stricter Anti-Trust Policies

Holding 80% of the U.S. beer market, the big three, InBev, SABMiller and Molson Coors (all non-U.S. based companies) are raising prices in a depressed economy with "slumping" demand. The Washington Post reports this may trigger an anti-trust investigation. Here is the link.

Posted by Dave Trippel on September 6, 2009 at 12:51 PM in Beer, Licensing and Legislation, United States | Permalink