In Brazil, the 7.8 million hectares of planted eucalyptus and pinus trees, as well as other species (acacia, araucaria, paricá and teak) are the source of many different products present in the day-to-day of the population, such as wood for construction and furniture, several types of paper for books, packaging, toilet paper, napkins etc., as well as other products such as pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.

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