Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD), the Belgium and Brazilian beer conglomerate and largest beer company in the world after a $50 billion merger in 2008 with American beer legend Budweiser, is a safe place to hide for europhobic investors. Headquartered in Brussels, which also houses the European Union headquarters and is its de facto capital, InBev now gets nearly half of its total $36.3 billion in annual revenue from North America after its purchase of Anheuser-Busch, which brought its eponymous St. Louis-based Budweiser brand into the ownership of the Belgium and Brazilian beer conglomerate.
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