Brazil`s Pulp, Paper and Forest Sector Investing R$ 35.5 Billion through 2023
Oct. 7, 2021 - With R$ 35.5 billion (approx. US$6.439 billion) in investments planned for the country through 2023, the forest-based sector (which includes pulp and paper producers and manufacturers of floors and wood panels) is currently one of the major generators of new jobs in Brazilian agribusiness. Right now there are 4,000 permanent job posts available in more than a dozen states for professionals with different levels of training, as well as approximately 30,000 temporary jobs created to construct new factories and carry out expansion projects.

These figures were collected by the Brazilian Tree Industry (Ibá), the entity that represents the sector, along with companies like Bracell, CMPC, Eldorado, International Paper, Klabin, Oji, Suzano, and WestRock. And they are significant, especially if we consider the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the domestic economy and high unemployment in Brazil, which reached 14.1%....
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