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DowDuPont Plans $3 Billion in Post-Merger Cost Reductions

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SUGAR LAND--November 7, 2017--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--DowDuPont Incorporated (NYSE:DWDP) (Midland, Michigan, and Wilmington, Delaware) plans to eliminate jobs and consolidate or close some facilities in an effort to save $3 billion. Industrial Info is tracking more than $3.5 billion in active DowDuPont projects, including about $2 billion worth that are under construction.

Within this article: Details on DowDuPont's Freeport ethylene unit expansion and other projects.

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