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Paper and cellulose: Brazil has everything to get ahead

, : Paper and cellulose: Brazil has everything to get ahead. Agroanalysis 15(11): 14-17

The crises which faced the paper and cellulose sector in 1993, its recovery and how it has affected the sector in Brazil is briefly described.

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