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US chemical giant DuPont reported Tuesday its 2013 profits soared 76 percent to $4.8 billion dollars.
It said this will allow it to launch a program to buy back $5 billion of its own s
hares, starting with $2 billion this year.
The firm based in Wilmington, Delaware, said the net earnings figure translates into profits per share of $3.88, whereas many market analysts had expected $3.84.