According to the International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO), the value of Brazilian exports of wood-based products (except pulp and paper) in April 2021 amounted to US$376.4 million — an increase of 57.5% when compared to April 2020, when they were valued at US$238.9 million. Pine sawnwood exports increased in value 31% year-over-year to US$59.7 million up from US$45.6 million. Pine plywood exports increased 100% in value in April 2021 in comparison with April 2020, from US$49.19 to US$ 100.9 million. In volume terms, export volumes increased by just 20% over the same period, from 200,900cu.m to 2241,200cu.m. As for tropical plywood, exports increased in volume (28%) and in value (39%) — from 6,100cu.m/US$2.6 million in April 2020 to 7,800cu.m/US$3.6 million in April 2021. Wooden furniture export earnings increased from US$25.7 million in April 2020 to US$72.2 million in April 2021, a 181% growth in the total exports of the product during the period.
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