07 October 2009 20:04 [Source: ICIS news]
HOUSTON (ICIS news)--US chemical major DuPont could take up to three years before it returns to the profit levels seen in 2008, according to a government filing made on Wednesday.
The expectation includes the loss of income from DuPont's pharmaceutical segment, according to the filing, which quoted Mark Vergnano, DuPont executive vice president.
The filing was a summary of comments that Vergnano made during an investor meeting held on Tuesday.
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