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Dow-DuPont Deal Clears India, Leaving U.S., Canada to Sign Off

DuPont Co. and the Dow Chemical Co. have cleared a major hurdle to their tie-up with conditional approval from the Competition Commission of India for their $78.5 billion merger. There are only two major countries left to approve the deal — Canada and the U.S.

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