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Dow Chemical Co and DuPont are in talks to merge, creating a chemicals giant with a market value of more than $120 billion that could then break up into different businesses, people familiar with the matter said Tuesday.Dow's Chief Executive Andrew Liveris and DuPont Chief Executive Edward Breen would have the two top jobs in the combined company, one of the people said.Dow and DuPont declined to comment.As of Tuesday's trading close, Dow had a market valuation of $58.97 billion, while DuPont was valued at $58.37 billion.DuPont, under Breen, who took over as CEO last month, had already been in talks with rivals, including Dow, about exploring options about its agriculture business.
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