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PRINCETON, N.J. -- (, an online investment newsletter focused on long-term growth and income-generating stocks, announced today that it has provided subscribers with a detailed two-part report on pulp and paper stocks, including Pope & Talbot (NYSE: POP), International Paper (NYSE: IP), Weyerhaeuser (NYSE: WY), Votorantim Celulose e Papel (NYSE: VCP), Aracruz Celulose (Nasdaq: ARA), and others.

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In its report, wrote: "A survey of the global pulp industry today reveals two clear trends. First, the industry is in the midst of massive restructuring, which includes layoffs, plant closures, and asset divestitures. In many cases, pulp operators are also involved in the paper industry, and some of the restructuring also involves 'rationalizing' some of their paper operations. The second trend is the rise in pulp prices around the globe. There's some debate even among pulp producers how long the price appreciation is going to last, but it is this trend that presents investors with an interesting nearer-term investment opportunity." looked at the following topics, among others:

--Earlier in the year, analysts were expecting the trend of increasing prices in the pulp industry to come to a halt. Why might this no longer be the case?

--Which companies would give investors the best exposure to taking advantage of an opportunity in the pulp industry?

--What advantages in the pulp industry are unique to different parts of the world -- South America, North America, and Europe -- and which region should investors look to for making an investment in the pulp industry?

--What sets International Paper apart from other companies in the pulp industry?


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