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NEW YORK, Dec 1 (Reuters) - Brazilian pulp maker Fibria will raise prices $20/tonne from Jan. 1 due to low inventories and increased demand, Henri Philippe Van Keer, chief commercial officer, said on Monday.
He said the new prices would be $860/tonne in the United States, $770/tonne in Europe and $660/tonne in Asia. (Reporting by Lucas Iberico Lozada; Editing by Ken Wills)