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SANTIAGO, April 10 (Reuters) - Chile's Celulosa Arauco y Constitucion, one of the world's biggest wood pulp companies, on Thursday placed around $300 million in bonds on the local market to cover short- and long-term debt.
Arauco, an arm of industrial conglomerate Empresas Copec , has been pumping cash into expansion projects and acquisitions in Brazil, Canada, Chile, the United States and Uruguay.
The company placed a seven-year bond at a 2.65 percent yield and a 21-year bond at a 3.6 percent yield. (Reporting by Antonio de la Jara; Editing by Leslie Adler)