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DuPont sales up in Q3 2016
Third-quarter 2016 sales totaled $4.9 billion, up 1 percent versus prior year as 3-percent volume growth more than offset 2-percent lower local price.
Free cash flow improvement of $1.3 billion year-to-date reflected improvements in working capital, lower tax payments, lower capital expenditures and the absence of Chemours cash outflows.
“This quarter we continued the strong momentum from the first half of the year. We increased segment operating earnings 40 percent, expanded operating margins in each reportable segment, reduced costs, grew volumes and improved free cash flow. As a result of our continued performance and progress against strategic initiatives, we are raising our operating earnings guidance for the year,” said Ed Breen, chairman and CEO of DuPont.
“We also are making progress preparing for the merger with Dow. We developed an organizational design that fosters innovation and takes advantage of our market connections to drive growth. In addition, we have finalized plans to realize our cost synergies. We continue to work constructively with regulators in key jurisdictions to close the merger as soon as possible. In the event that regulators in those jurisdictions use their full allotted time, closing would be expected to occur in the first quarter of 2017. We expect the intended spins to occur about 18 months after closing.”
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