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epa03169378 Burmese workers prepare teak logs in a wood yard in Yangon, Myanmar, 03 April 2012. Substantial declines of natural teak forests in Myanmar, down 1.1 million hectares, have been recorded for teak, one of the most important and valuable hardwoods in the world. Natural teak grows in only four countries in the world: Myanmar, India , Laos and Thailand. Almost half of the production in 2010 of 29 million hectares comes from Myanmar, as it is the only country that currently produces quality teak from natural forests. EPA/BARBARA WALTON

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