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Dow Chemical and DuPont are in advanced talks to merge, in what would be a combination of two of America’s oldest companies that together are worth nearly $120 billion. Combined, they would hold 41% of the U.S. corn seed business and 38% of the soybean market. The merger could face regulatory obstacles,  Wall Street Journal reports.

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