NEW YORK — In an effort to entice shareholders of its Canadian unit to part with their holdings, DuPont on Monday upped its offer for the shares of DuPont Canada it does not own.
Acquiring the 24 percent stake in DuPont Canada that the Wilmington, Del.-based parent company does not already own is one of the pieces of financial housekeeping DuPont wants to complete before selling or spinning off its DuPont Textiles & Interiors unit by the end of the year, as reported.
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