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shares in the world's biggest brewer dropped Monday AB InBev down around two percent in morning trade markets we getting their first chance to react to the demise of its home home Shanley sting the firm had planned to sell a stake in its Asia Pacific unit it blamed market conditions for the late Friday cancellation , which is breaking views dash off on the hsi eva says they will likely other reasons to AV about see a call the secretary wanted to %HESITATION something like ten billion dollars in proceeds from the site PA %HESITATION and really you know just to get that in the end the valuation was just too high %HESITATION the other parameters that is very typical for deals in the region to have an anchor invested and %HESITATION but why is that which is what the recording that the listing in Asia didn't have that the IPO was supposed to achieve two things for a be in bed it would have reduced its over one hundred billion dollar debt mounted bill top enquiring rival SABMiller and it would have given it money to invest in a foster growing region for yeah Asian consumers all seen trading up to premium branded bruise over local drinks now trying the IPO again could prove difficult it would likely have to accept a lower valuation %HESITATION it may have to do some rearranging on how the deal structured it is a possibility failing that AB InBev may have only one option sell more beer , but for a firm with a history of buccaneer in deals that may just seem a little too ordinary one other question for investors now will Alli ball ball drop its plans for an even bigger home home IPO