Forward-looking statements address varying degrees of risk, uncertainty and assumptions, many of which are outside DuPont`s control area, which could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed in forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are not guarantees for future results. Important factors that could lead to DuPont`s actual results being materially different from the results projected in such forward-looking statements include, among other things, the parties` ability to meet expectations regarding the date, closing and accounting and tax treatment of the transaction contemplated by IFF; changes in tax and other relevant laws, (ii) non-obtaining necessary administrative approvals, agreement of IFF shareholders, early tax treatment or necessary financing or compliance with any of the other conditions of the proposed merger with IFF; (iii) the possibility of unforeseen debt, future investments, revenues, expenses, products; synergies, economic performance, debt, financial position, losses, future prospects, business and management strategies that could affect the value, date or follow-up of the proposed transaction with IFF, (iv) risks and costs and the continuation and/or implementation of the separation of NB`s activities, including the timing of the separation, including “distributions” for all benefits; (b) the significant distribution costs, including the bond costs incurred by the Company to determine the relative credit profiles of Corteva, Dow and DuPont, as well as the increased costs associated with the provision, service and other agreements that were under DuPont`s joint control prior to Dow`s inter-company distribution; (c) the repair of certain expenses inherited from E.I.`s past of the Bridge of Nemours and Company (“historical IED”) as part of corteva`s distribution; (d) potential liability is the result of fraudulent transportation and similar distribution-related laws; (vi) the lack of effective management of acquisitions, divestitures, alliances, joint ventures and other portfolio changes, including compliance with the terms of the correspondence agreement reached in connection with Corteva`s distribution, in connection with the transfer of certain levels of assets and businesses; (vii) uncertainty about the long-term value of DuPont`s common shares; (viii) potential incapacity or restricted access to capital markets or increased bond costs, including a downgrade in credit rating and ix) other risks to DuPont`s business, business and results, including: non-development and marketing of new products and optimal management of product life cycles; the ability to improve costs and effects on business activities, including the supply chain, to respond to changes in market acceptance, rules, rules and guidelines and not to respond to and not respond to these changes; The outcome of major litigation, environmental issues and other obligations and contingencies; Lack of proper treatment of process safety and product safety issues; global economic and financial conditions, including the continued availability of capital and financing, as well as inflation, interest rates and exchange rates; changes in political conditions, including tariffs, trade disputes and retaliatory measures; Loss of value of intangible assets or assets; Availability and fluctuations in energy and raw material costs; operating or supply disruptions, including distributions; The ability to effectively manage costs as the company`s portfolio evolves Security threats, such as acts of sabotage, terrorism or war, public health problems and pandemics, natural disasters and weather events and weather patterns, which could lead to a major operational event for DuPont, affect demand or production; the ability to discover, develop and protect new technologies and protect and protect