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UPDATE 3-China approves delayed GMO imports as U.S. ties warm

* But bottleneck to prevent further approvals (Recasts, adds context, analyst comments)

Dow Chemical, Dan Loeb settle board debate

- Dow Chemical Co averted a proxy fight with Dan Loeb's hedge fund, Third Point LLC, by agreeing to add four independent directors to its board, sending its shares up as much as 4.5 percent.

UPDATE 1-Armyworm resistance to GMO crops seen in U.S. -study

Nov 17 - Crop-devouring armyworms are showing increasing resistance in some U.S. farm fields to a popular type of genetically modified crop that should kill them, scientists said on Monday.

Dow Chemical raises buyback by $5 billion, to sell more assets

- Dow Chemical Co raised its asset sale target by as much as 42 percent to $8.5 billion and increased its share buyback plan by $5 billion, as it looks to thwart hedge fund manager Daniel Loeb's push to split the company.

Former DuPont car paint unit Axalta rises 7.4 percent in debut

- Shares of Axalta Coating Systems Ltd , a car paint company sold by DuPont to Carlyle Group LP , rose as much as 7.4 percent in their trading debut, valuing the company at about $4.8 billion.

UPDATE 1-Former DuPont car paint unit Axalta rises 7.4 pct in debut

Nov 12 - Shares of Axalta Coating Systems Ltd , a car paint company sold by DuPont to Carlyle Group LP, rose as much as 7.4 percent in their trading debut, valuing the company at about $4.8 billion.

Former DuPont car paint unit Axalta rises 7.4 pct in debut

Nov 12 - Shares of vehicle paint maker Axalta Coating Systems Ltd, sold by chemical maker DuPont to Carlyle Group LP last year, rose as much as 7.4 percent in their trading debut, valuing the company at about $4.8 billion.

Next Shell chairman brings U.S. corporate experience, green agenda

LONDON, Oct 30 - Chad Holliday, the former chairman of Bank of America and DuPont widely credited for his sustainable energy vision, will become the first American chairman at Royal Dutch Shell, an oil major with tense relations with green groups.

UPDATE 4-DuPont sees advantages in keeping units under one roof

* Expects continuing headwinds in agriculture in Q4 (Adds Breakingviews link)

Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions

(Adds Fairmont Royal York Hotel, Montupet, Burger King Worldwide, Enel Green, HCA, DuPont, TUI, Vodafone)

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