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Fibria Celulose S.A.

Consolidated Financial Information at March 31, 2012 and Review Report of Independent Accountants

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Review Report of Independent Accountants


To the Board of Directors and Shareholders Fibria Celulose S.A.

Introduction We have reviewed the accompanying consolidated interim accounting information of Fibria Celulose S.A., for the quarter ended March 31, 2012, comprising the balance sheet as at that date and the statements of income, changes in equity and cash flows for the quarter then ended, and a summary of significant accounting policies and other explanatory information. Management is responsible for the preparation of the consolidated interim accounting information in accordance with accounting standard CPC 21 and International Accounting Standard (IAS) 34 - "Interim Financial Reporting" issued by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), as well as the presentation of this information in accordance with the standards issued by the Brazilian Securities Commission (CVM), applicable to the preparation of the Quarterly Information (ITR). Our responsibility is to express a conclusion on this interim accounting information based on our review. Scope of Review We conducted our review in accordance with Brazilian and International Standards on Reviews of Interim Financial Information (NBC TR 2410 - "Review of Interim Financial Information Performed by the Independent Auditor of the Entity" and ISRE 2410 - "Review of Interim Financial Information Performed by the Independent Auditor of the Entity", respectively). A review of interim information consists of making inquiries, primarily of persons responsible for financial and accounting matters, and applying analytical and other review procedures. A review is substantially less in scope than an audit conducted in accordance with Brazilian and International Standards on Auditing and consequently does not enable us to obtain assurance that we would become aware of all significant matters that might be identified in an audit. Accordingly, we do not express an audit opinion. Conclusion on the Consolidated Interim Information Based on our review, nothing has come to our attention that causes us to believe that the accompanying consolidated interim accounting information referred to above is not prepared, in all material respects, in accordance with CPC 21 and IAS 34 applicable to the preparation of the Quarterly Information, and presented in accordance with the standards issued by the CVM.

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Fibria Celulose S.A. Other Matters Statements of value added We have also reviewed the consolidated statements of value added for the quarter ended March 31, 2012. These statements are the responsibility of the Companys management, and are required to be presented in accordance with standards issued by the CVM applicable to the preparation of Quarterly Information (ITR) and are considered supplementary information under IFRS, which does not require the presentation of the statement of value added. These statements have been submitted to the same review procedures described above and, based on our review, nothing has come to our attention that causes us to believe that they have not been prepared, in all material respects, in a manner consistent with the consolidated interim accounting information taken as a whole. So Paulo, May 4, 2012

PricewaterhouseCoopers Auditores Independentes CRC 2SP000160/O-5

Carlos Eduardo Guaran Mendona Contador CRC 1SP196994/O-2

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Consolidated Balance Sheets
In thousands of reais

Assets Current Cash and cash equivalents (Note 5) Marketable securities (Note 6) Derivative instruments (Note 7) Trade accounts receivable, net (Note 8) Inventories (Note 9) Recoverable taxes (Note 10) Assets held for sale (Note 24) Other assets

March 31, 2012 (Unaudited) 622,094 1,558,715 17,298 609,138 1,217,056 360,959 824,922 83,743 5,293,925

December 31, 2011

381,915 1,677,926 31,638 945,362 1,178,707 327,787 644,166 108,062 5,295,563

Non-current Derivative instruments (Note 7) Recoverable taxes (Note 10) Deferred taxes (Note 11) Related parties receivables (Note 12) Advances to suppliers Judicial deposits Other assets Investments Biological assets (Note 14) Property, plant and equipment (Note 13) Intangible assets (Note 15)

38,036 643,593 910,443 5,596 767,387 151,030 93,594 3,084,786 11,640,998 4,788,359 22,123,822

43,446 677,232 991,768 5,469 760,611 137,060 95,060 7,506 3,264,210 11,841,247 4,809,448 22,633,057 27,928,620

Total assets

27,417,747

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Consolidated Balance Sheets
In thousands of reais

(continued)

Liabilities and shareholders' equity Current Loans and financing (Note 16) Derivative Instruments (Note 7) Trade payable Payroll, profit sharing and related charges Taxes payable Dividends payable Other payable

March 31, 2012 (Unaudited) 1,056,680 89,623 348,992 93,369 32,685 1,520 145,493 1,768,362

December 31, 2011

1,092,108 163,534 373,692 134,024 53,463 1,520 142,367 1,960,708

Non-current Loans and financing (Note 16) Derivative Instruments (Note 7) Taxes payable Deferred taxes (Note 11) Provision for contingencies (Note 17) Other payable

9,974,649 80,655 76,947 753,274 79,427 154,640 11,119,592

10,232,309 125,437 76,510 739,878 101,594 152,509 11,428,237

Shareholders' equity Capital Capital reserve Treasury shares Other reserves Staturory reserves Accumulated losses Equity attributable to shareholders of the Company Equity attributable to non-controlling interests

8,379,397 2,688 (10,346) 1,618,824 4,520,290 (11,149) 14,499,704 30,089 14,529,793

8,379,397 2,688 (10,346) 1,618,824 4,520,290

14,510,853 28,822 14,539,675 27,928,620

Total liabilities and shareholders' equity

27,417,747

The accompanying notes are an integral part of this interim financial information. 2 of 43
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Unaudited Consolidated Statements of Operations
In thousand of reais, except for the earnings per shares

March 31, 2012 (3 months) Continuing operations Net revenues (Note 18) Cost of sales (Note 20) Gross profit Operating income (expenses) Selling expenses (Note 20) Administrative expenses (Note 20) Equity in losses of affiliates, net Other operating expenses, net (Note 20) 1,273,712 (1,229,902) 43,810

March 31, 2011 (3 months)

1,547,687 (1,226,726) 320,961

(70,361) (61,918) (19) (12,884) (145,182)

(64,821) (75,105) (51) (13,368) (153,345) 167,616 51,808 (258,457) 67.869 150,248 11,468 179,084

Income (loss)before financial income and expenses Financial income (Note 19) Financial expenses (Note 19) Derivative Instruments (Note 19) Foreign exchange gain (Note 19)

(101,372) 48,002 (202,494) 106,573 239,865 191,946

Income from continuing operations before taxes on income Taxes on income Current (Note 11) Deferred (Note 11) Net income (loss) from continuing operations Discontinued operations Net income (loss) from discontinued operations (Note 22) Net income (loss) Attributable to Shareholders of the Company - continued operations Shareholders of the Company - discontinued operations Non-controlling interests Net income (loss) Basic and diluted earnings (loss) per share - continued operations (in reais) (Note 21) Basic and diluted earnings per share - discontinued operations (in reais) (Note 21)

90,574

(3,168) (97,288) (9,882)

3,362 (34,525) 147,921

240,655 (9,882) 388,576

(11,149) 1,267 (9,882)

146,235 240,655 1,686 388,576

(0.024)

0.313

0.515

A separate "Statement of Comprehensive Income" is not presented as there are no other comprehensive income items.

The accompanying notes are an integral part of this interim financial information.

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Statements of Changes in Shareholders' Equity
In thousands of reais

Equity attributable to shareholders of the Company Statutory reserves Special reserve for minimum dividends Capitall As of December 31, 2010 Total income and comprehensive income: Net income and comprehensive income Transactions with shareholders: Realization of revaluation reserve, net of tax As of March 31, 2011 Total income and comprehensive income: Net income (loss) and other comprehensive income (loss) Transactions with shareholders: Realization of revaluation reserve, net of tax Capital increase Lapsed dividends Investment reserve appropriation Total transactions with shareholders As of December 31, 2011 Total income and comprehensive income: Net (loss) and other comprehensive (loss) 8,379,397 2,688 (10,346) 8,379,397 2,688 (10,346) 8,379,397 Capital reserve 2,688 Treasury shares (10,346) Other reserves 1,627,903 Legal 303,800 Investments 5,077,971 Not distributed Retained earnings (Accumulated) losses Attributable to Noncontrolling Total 15,381,413 interest 23,433 Total 15,404,846

386,890

386,890

1,686

388,576

(241) 1,627,662 303,800 5,077,971

241 387,131 15,768,303 25,119 15,793,422

(1,259,512)

(1,259,512()

2,822

(1,256,690)

(8,838)

8,838 881 (861,481) 2,062 861,481 872,381 2,062 881 2,062

(8,838) 1,618,824 303,800

(861,481) 4,216,490

2,062 14,510,853

881 28,822

2,943 14,539,675

(11,149)

(11,149)

1,267

(9,882)

As of March 31, 2012

8,379,397

2,688

(10,346)

1,618,824

303,800

4,216,490

(11,149)

14,499,704

30,0 89

14,529,793

The accompanying notes are an integral part of this interim financial information.

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Unaudited Consolidated Statements of Cash Flow
In thousand of reais

March 31, 2012 (3 months) Income from continuing operations before taxes on income Adjusted by Income before taxes on income from discontinued operations (Note 22)(d)(i) Depreciation, depletion and amortization(includes depletion of wood from forestry partnership programs) Unrealized foreign exchange (gains) losses, net Change in fair value of financial instruments Equity in losses of affiliates, net Accretion of present value - Aracruz acquisition Gain on disposal of property, plant and equipment, net Gain on disposal of investment, net (Note 22) Interest income Interest expense Provisions and others Decrease (increase) in assets Trade accounts receivable Inventories Recoverable taxes Related parties Other receivables/advances to suppliers Decrease (increase) in liabilities Trade payables Taxes payables Payroll, profit sharing and related charges Related parties Other payables Cash provided by operating activities Interest received Interest paid Income taxes paid Net cash provided by operating activities Cash flows from investing activities Installments paid for acquisition of Aracruz Acquisition of property, plant and equipment and biological assets Advances to purchase wood from forestry partnership programs Marketable securities, net Proceeds from sale of an interest in an affiliate Proceeds from sale of property, plant and equipment Cash received (paid) on maturity of derivatives Others Net cash provided by (used in) investing activities Cash flows from financing activities Borrowings Repayments - principal amount Others Net cash used in) financing activities Effect of exchange rate changes on cash and cash equivalents Net decrease in cash and cash equivalents Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of year The accompanying notes are an integral part of this interim financial information. 90,574

March 31, 2011 (3 months) 179,084 364,629

457,997 (239,865) (106,573) 19 2,948 (41,155) 169,438 42,464 309,343 (32,592) (39,607) 18,140 (25,722) (21,768) (40,655) 4,149 547,135 36,870 (112,607) (2,438) 468,960

435,825 (150,115) (67,869) 51 20,393 1,418 (357,196) (45,416) 170,743 36,215 71,183 (106,630) (42,623) (335) 35,577 (6,564) 2,668 (41,152) 19,236 519,122 98,575 (87,210) (188) 530,299 (855,572) (263,911) (4,245) 192,749 1,508,768 22,144 48,783 (2,078) 646,638 1,635,792 (2,471,018) 2,691 (832,535) (25,411) 318,991 431,463

(220,569) (26,519) 123,496 3,683 7,630 (2,562) (114,841) 136,200 (242,771) 3,467 (103,104) (10,836) 240,179 381,915

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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated
March 31, 2012 (3 months) Cash and cash equivalents at end of quarter 622,094 March 31, 2011 (3 months) 750,454

The accompanying notes are an integral part of this interim financial information.

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Unaudited Consolidated Statements of Value Added
In thousand of reais

March 31, 2012 (3 months) Revenue Gross Sales Allowance for doubtful account Revenue relating to the construction of own assets and others

March 31, 2011 (3 months)

1,302,753 187,940 1,490,693

1,711,721 (1,370 626,825 2,337,176 (855,595) (194,689) (1,050,284) 1,286,892 (435,825) 851,067 (51) 361,330 361,279 1,212,346

Inputs acquired from third parties Cost of Sales Materials, energy, outsourced services and others

(793,508) (88,432) (881,940)

Gross value added Retentions Depreciation and amortization Net value added generated by the entity Value added received through transfer Equity in results of investees Finance income and asset exchange rate

608,753 (457,997) 150,756 (19) 898,470 898,451

Total value added to distribute Distribution of value added Personnel and social charges Direct remuneration Benefits Government Severance Indemnity Fund for Employees(FGTS) Taxes and contributions Federal State Municipal Interest and rentals Profit not invested (loss) for the year Non-controlling interest Value added distributed

1,049,207

139,924 103,982 26,978 8,964 179,504 152,377 18,652 8,475 739,661 (11,149) 1,267 1,049,207

166,620 124,903 31,814 9,903 282,847 225,733 50,999 6,115 374,303 386,890 1,686 1,212,346

The accompanying notes are an integral part of this interim financial information.

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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

1 (a)

Operations General information We are incorporated under the laws of the Federative Republic of Brazil under the name Fibria Celulose S.A., as a publicly-held company with unlimited duration. We have the legal status of a stock corporation, operating under the Brazilian corporate law. Our headquarters and principal executive offices are located at So Paulo, SP, Brazil. Our operations began in 1988 when the Votorantim Group, one of the largest privately held group of companies in Latin America, acquired Celpav Celulose e Papel Ltda., or Celpav, a pulp and paper producer based in the State of So Paulo. We began production in 1991 after expanding and modernizing our facilities. In September 1992, the Votorantim Group purchased Indstrias de Papel Simo S.A., or Papel Simo, which was listed on the BM&FBOVESPA. Celpav and Papel Simo subsequently merged and, in 1999, Papel Simo was renamed Votorantim Celulose e Papel S.A. On November 5, 2009 we adopted the corporate name Fibria Celulose S.A. and on December 31, 2009, we and Aracruz were merged into Fibria (the surviving entity). On April 19, 2000, we completed a registered offering of 7,920,000 ADSs. Each ADS represented 500 preferred shares, and the ADSs were listed on NYSE, under the symbol VCP. Because VCP changed its name to Fibria the ticker symbol has changed to FBR. Fibria has as preponderant activity the production of renewable and sustainable forests, industrialization and the commercialization of blenched eucalyptus kraft pulp. After divesting its paper production activities, Fibria operates a single operational segment: producing and selling short fiber pulp. The Company is the worlds largest producer of market pulp, with an aggregate pulp production capacity of approximately 5.25 million metric tons, representing approximately 30% of the world market pulp production capacity of Bleached Eucalyptus Kraft Pulp - BEKP, as of December 31, 2011, according to Hawkins Wright and PPPC independent consultants. The cost of production of Bleached Eucalyptus Kraft Pulp - BEKP is one of the lowest in the world, having Brazil as the most competitive country in the production of market pulp, according to Hawkins Wright and PPPC independent consultants. Fibria competitive is mainly regarding (i) to the high productivity of forests; (ii) short harvest cycle of our trees; (iii) short distances between forests and facilities (iv) state-of-the-art and strategically located production facilities; (v) use of high-end technology in our operations; (vi) strong economies of scale. The production of bleached pulp is performed only from eucalyptus trees which are a variety of high quality hardwood pulp, with short fibers, generally better suited to manufacturing toilet paper, uncoated and coated paper for printing and writing and coated cardboard for packaging. We use different sources to generate thermal and electric energy for our respective operations, including black liquor, biomass derived from wood debarking, bark and scraps. The Company's business is affected by global pulp prices, which are historically cyclical and subject to significant volatility over short periods, as a result of, among other factors: (a) global demand for products from pulp; (b) global production capacity and strategies adopted by the main producers; and (c) availability of substitutes for these products. All these factors are beyond the control of the Company's management.

(b)

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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

The company operates bleached eucalyptus Kraft pulp facilities, with total capacity in March 31, 2012 of approximately 5.25 million tons in the following locations: Pulp production facility Aracruz Trs Lagoas Jacare Veracel (*) Location (Brazil) Esprito Santo Mato Grosso do Sul So Paulo Bahia Annual production capacity (tons) 2,300,000 1,300,000 1,100,000 550,000 5,250,000

(*) Represents 50% of the annual production capacity of Veracel's pulp mill consist with the proportional consolidation of the results of operations of Veracel in our consolidated statement of operations. Fibria produces only hardwood pulp from planted eucalyptus trees therefore its eucalyptus trees are referred as forest, which have an average extraction cycle of between six and seven years and are located in six Brazilian States, consisting of approximately 942 thousand hectares as of December 31, 2011, including reforested and protected areas, as follows (in thousand hectares): Forested State So Paulo Minas Gerais Rio de Janeiro Mato Grosso do Sul Bahia Esprito Santo Total Area

79,768 13,220 1,696 229,186 129,813 96,170 549,853

147,143 27,213 3,413 347,693 252,049 164,871 942,382

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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

We have excluded from the table above the forest base of the state of Rio Grande do Sul and certain forests in the south of Bahia, since their assets are being presented as assets held for sale, as detailed in Note 22. (c) Logistics Most of the pulp produced for export is delivered to customers by means of sea vessels on the basis of long-term contracts with the owners of vessels. In October of 2010 was signed a contract for 25 years with STX Pan Ocean Co. Ltd., a company of South Korea, to optimize the international logistics and ensure operational stability and competitiveness. As of March 31, 2012, there were no obligations regarding this contract since freight services have a start forecast for the end of 2012. The company operates in two ports, Santos and Barra do Riacho. The port of Santos is located on the coast of the State of So Paulo and seeps the pulp produced in the Jacare and Trs Lagoas plants and is operated under a concession from the Government of the State of So Paulo to the Companhia Docas of the State of So Paulo - CODESP. Fibria pay fees for the use of terminals auctioned by CODESP. The port of Barra do Riacho is a port specialized in cellulose and is located approximately three kilometers from Aracruz unit, in the State of Esprito Santo and seeps the pulp produced in the Aracruz and Veracel plants. This port is operated by a company controlled by Fibria (which has a 51% interest in the share capital) denominated Portocel - Terminal Especializado Barra do Riacho S.A. Portocel operates under authorization of the federal government through a contract signed on November 14, 1995. These port operations do not fall within the scope of ICPC 01/IFRIC 12. (d) Non current assets held for sale During the year of 2011 and the period ended March 31, 2012, the Company approved and consummated the sale of certain cash generating units (CGUs) and certain assets. The following table summarizes the assets and CGUs for which its sale was approved, as from when are considered as assets held for sale and/or discontinued operations and when the sale was consummated.
Date when classified for accounting purposes December 2010 December 2010 June 2011 June 2011 March 2012 Date when the sale was consummated January 2011 February 2011 September 2011 Not yet sold

CGU/Asset CONPACEL CGU KSR CGU Piracicaba CGU Losango project assets Forest assets and lands located in the south of the Bahia state

Reference

Classification for accounting purposes Assets held for sale and discontinued operations Assets held for sale and discontinued operations Assets held for sale Assets held for sale Assets held for sale

Note 22(a) Note 22(a) Note 22(b ) Note 22(c )

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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

(i)

Sales of CONPACEL, KSR and Piracicaba On December 21, 2010, the board of directors approved the disposal of its cash generating units (CGUs), Consrcio Paulista de Papel e Celulose - CONPACEL and KSR Distribuidora, The CONPACEL pulp and paper mill consisted of a pulp mill with an annual production capacity of 650 kilotons and a paper mill with an annual production capacity of 390 kilotons, and approximately 71 thousand hectares of timberland, 30 thousand hectares of protected forest, a distribution business unit which operates19 branches throughout Brazil and a distribution warehouse in the State of So Paulo. The Company consummated the sale in January 31, 2011 and February 28, 2011 of the legacy net assets of CONPACEL and KSR, respectively, for an aggregate purchase consideration of R$ 1.5 billion, upon signing with Suzano Papel e Celulose S.A. ("Suzano") the purchase agreement establishing covenants for the payment by Suzano. The Company consummated the sale in September 29, 2011, of the legacy net assets of the cash generating unit named Piracicaba, which consists of a plant to produce thermal papers, coated and carbonless, located at the Piracicaba City, in the State of So Paulo, with an annual capacity over than 160 thousand tons, to Oji Paper CO., LTD. (Oji) for an aggregated purchase consideration of US$ 313 millions, equivalents then to R$ 567,375 at that date. The disposal of its CGUs is consistent with the Companys strategy of concentrating activities in the pulp business and strengthening the Companys strategic focus in the market pulp. The Company has used the proceeds to reduce its debt levels. Information about the results and cash flows of the discontinued businesses are presented in Note 24.

(ii)

Losango Project On June 30, 2011, management, taking into account the decision and the programs in place in order to identify a potential buyer and to conclude the sale of the Losango project assets, announced the intention of divesting these assets. The details are presented in Note 22.

(iii)

Forestry assets and land located in the south of Bahia In line with the Companys strategy to strengthen its capital structure, the Company has reported on March 8, 2012, that it received and accepted a binding offer from Fundo Florestas do Brasil FIP (the Fund), through, Corus Agroflorestal S.A., a controlled company, by the Fund, for the purchase of certain forest assets and land located in the South of Bahia, consisting of a total of 16.5 thousand hectares of forestland of eucalyptus for timber and pulp with an average annual production of 555,000 cubic meters of wood, for an aggregate purchase price of R$235 million. Purchase price may be subject to adjustments after completion of due diligence. In addition, the Fund has the option to purchase all of the shares of Bahia Produtos de Madeira S.A. (BPM), located also in the South of Bahia, owned by the Company representing 33.33% of the total capital of BPM, before the closing of the sale of the forestry assets, which the Company expects to occur before June 30, 2012. Details are presented in Note 22.

(e)

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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

During the year ended December 31, 2011 and the period ended March 31, 2012, management undertook certain corporate reorganizations in order to optimize the organizational structure of Fibria, which include the merger and/or liquidation of direct or indirect subsidiaries, in Brazil and abroad. The following is a summary of events occurring during the years ended:
Date of merger or beginning of liquidation

Company Liquidation VCP North America Riocell Trade Riocell Limited Merger Mucuri Agroflorestal Ltda.

Country

Relationship

Interest on share capital (%)

United States of America Isle of Man, UK Guernsey Brazil

Indirect subsidiary Indirect subsidiary Subsidiary Subsidiary

June 2011 September 2011 September 2011 July 2011

100 100 100 100

The companies that were liquidated did not have any significant assets or liabilities and as a result there were no significant impacts on the results of Fibria. The following is a summary of the book value of the Mucuri Agroflorestal Ltda merged, which were reflected in their individual standalone balance sheets: Mucuri Agloflorestal S.A. merged with Fibria Celulose S.A.
Assets Current Cash and cash equivalents Non current Other assets Property, plant and equipment Liabilities and shareholder's equity Shareholder's equity Capital Accumulated losses

41

78,300 (2,126) 76,174

5,958 70,175 76,133

Total assets

76,174

Total liabilities and shareholder's equity

76,174

Additionally, a difference between its carrying amount and the fair value of land held by Mucuri Agroflorestal was recognized during the Aracruz's acquisition, in the amount of R $ 478,925, which was recorded as part of fixed assets, as per Note 13. (f) Change in the international corporate structure In November 2011, management of Fibria approved, subject to certain conditions been met, a project for a corporate restructuring of its international activities, which considers transferring the current commercial operational, logistics, administrative and financial operations of Fibria Trading International Kft. to another subsidiary of Fibria. The international corporate reorganization restructuring includes different stages and its final completion is expected to be around December 2013. However, the implementation of the expected restructuring depends on the confirmation of the authority of each country involved 12 of 43
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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

(g)

Public offering of common shares On March 8, 2012, Fibria announced primary public offering of common shares, by the Company, with proceeds of R$ 1,361,380 billion (the Public Offering), whose settlement is expected to occur in April 30, 2012, as the offering agenda disclosed within the offering final prospectus. The details of this operation are described in Note 25 The Public Offering is carried out in accordance with the strategy announced by the Company to strengthen its capital structure and to achieve a more adequate leverage ratio.

(h)

Operational income In the period of 3 months ended March 31, 2012 the statement of income has registered an operational loss. This loss elapses from the lower average price in reais realized in 2012, as observed in Note 20, when compared to the same period in 2011. The Company monthly monitored its operational income and in March it have already registered an operational profit, elapsed from the increase in net price in reais over prior months, which is still unable to offset the accumulated losses over these months. According to that, the internal projection of income does not point to provisioned impairment of finished products inventory for the following months of 2012, since the booking cost of inventory in March 31, 2012 is under its net amount of realization

2 2.1 (a)

Presentation of Interim Financial Information and Significant Accounting Practices Financial Statements Basis of preparation Interim Financial information The consolidated interim financial information has been prepared and is being presented in accordance with IAS 34 Interim Financial Reporting as issued by the International Accounting Standards Board ("IASB"), The consolidated interim financial information should be read in conjunction with the financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2011 considering its purpose is to provide an update of the activities, events and significant circumstances in relation to the ones presented in those annual financial statements. The accounting practices, which include the measurement principles for recognition and valuation of the assets and liabilities, as well as the calculation methods used in the preparation of this financial Statement and the use of the estimates are the same as those used in the preparation of the most recent annual financial statements presented, except to the extent disclosed in Note 4.2.

(b)

Approval of the Financial Information Issuance of this financial information was approved by the Board of Directors on April 26, 2012.

2.2

Critical Accounting Estimates and Assumptions Estimates and assumptions are continually evaluated and are based on historical experience and other factors, including expectations of future events that are believed to be reasonable under the circumstances. Accounting estimates will seldom equal the related actual results. 13 of 43
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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

In the three months ended March 31, 2012, there have been no significant changes in the estimates and assumptions which are likely to cause a significant adjustment in the carrying amounts of assets and liabilities during the next financial year, compared to those disclosed in Note 3 to our most recent annual financial statements. 3 Standards, Amendments and Interpretations of Existing Standards that Are not Yet Effective Below is a list of standards/interpretations that have been issued and are effective for future periods. The Company has not early adopted these standards/interpretations. . IAS 28 - "Investments in associates and joint ventures", IFRS 11 Joint arrangements and IFRS 12 Disclosure of interests in other entities, all issued in May, 2011. The main change introduced by these standards is that proportional consolidation is no longer possible forentities whose control isshared through an agreement between two or more parties, and that are classified as a joint venture. IFRS 11 establishes two types of categories for join agreements: (i) Joint operations - A joint arrangement whereby the parties that have joint control of the arrangement have rights to the assets and obligations for the liabilities, relating to the arrangement.

(ii) Joint ventures- A joint arrangement whereby the parties that have joint control of the arrangement have rights to the net assets of the arrangement.. IFRS 12 requires an entity to provide qualitative disclosures regarding interests in subsidiaries, joint agreements and in non consolidated entities that include disclosure of the judgments and significant assumptions used in order to determine whether the entity controls or has significant influence or those used in order to classified the joint agreements between Joint operations and Joint ventures as well as other disclosures with resoect to the nature and extension of significant restrictions and risks associated with such entities.. The standard is effective for annual periods beginning on or after January 1, 2013. Earlier application is permitted. Management is assessing the impacts of these standards on the existing joint arrangements. . IFRS 9 Financial Instruments, issued in November 2009. IFRS 9 is the first standard issued as part of a larger project to replace IAS 39. IFRS 9 maintains, but simplifies the measurement model and establishes two major measurement categories for financial assets: amortized cost and fair value. The basis for the classification depends on the entitys business model and the contractual characteristics of the cash flow of financial assets. The guidance included in IAS 39 on impairment of financial assets and hedge accounting continues to be applied. The standard is applicable as from January 1, 2013. It is not expected to have any impact on consolidated entity's financial information.

IFRS 10 Consolidated financial statements, issued in May 2011. This standard is based on principles related to the identification of the concept of control as the key factor in determining when an entity should be consolidated in the financial statements. The standard establishes an additional guidance to assist in determining control when there are doubts in such evaluation. The standard is applicable as from January 1, 2013. It is not expected to have any impact on the consolidated financial information. 14 of 43
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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

IFRS 13 Fair value measurement, issued in May 2011. The standards objective is to improve consistency and reduce the complexity of the disclosures required the IFRSs. The requirements do not increase the use of fair value in accounting, but provides guidance as how it should be applied when its use is required or allowed by another standard. The standard is applicable as from January 1, 2013, and there is an exemption for the application of the new disclosure requirements for comparative periods. It is not expected to have any impact on consolidated entity's financial information. . IAS 19 Employee benefits, issued in June 2011. The change in the standard will affect mainly the recognition and measurement of defined benefit pension plans and disclosure of employee benefits. The standard is applicable as from January 1, 2013. These changes will affect the accounting of the liabilities of the SEPACO plan, as defined in Note 2.20(b) to the annual financial statements, however, no relevant effects are expected by the management.

Risk Management The polices and financial risk factors disclosed in the annual financial statement (Note 4), did not have any relevant changes. Below is presented an update of the liabilities and financial assets table by maturity, of the indices of financial leverage and of the sensitivity analysis, which are considered relevant by management for quarterly monitoring.

4.1

Liquidity risk The table below presents the Company non-derivative financial liabilities and the outstanding derivative financial assets and liabilities grouped by relevant maturity groupings based on the remaining period from the balance sheet date to the contractual maturity date The amounts disclosed in the table are the contractual undiscounted cash flows, and as such they differ from the amounts presented in the consolidated balance sheet for loans and financing, derivative financial instruments, trade and other payables.
Less than one year At March 31, 2012 Loans and financing Derivative financial instruments Trade and other payables Between one and two years Between two and five years Over five years

1,433,991 59,840 494,485 1,988,316

2,477,850 47,831 2,525,681 2,723,403 6,321 47,197 2,776,921

3,932,966 47,103 14,516 3,994,585 3,919,605 104,913 14,516 4,039,034

7,774,016 129,195 33,871 7,937,082 7,916,925 16,099 35,081 7,968,105

At December 31, 2011 Loans and financing Derivative financial instruments Trade and other payables

1,636,635 134,886 516,061 2,287,582

4.2

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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

Management monitors indebtedness on the basis of a consolidated indebtedness ratio. This ratio is calculated as net debt divided by EBITDA as defined by management (net income plus income tax, depreciation, depletion and amortization and other items) which must be maintained a ratio of 2.0x to 2.5x, being able to temporarily reach the maximum level of 3.5x. Net debt represents total loans, less cash and cash equivalents and marketable securities and the fair value of derivative financial instruments The indebtedness ratios in the presented periods were as follows: Millions of reais March 31, 2012 Loans and financing (Note 18) Less: cash and cash equivalents (Note 6) Less (plus): derivative instruments (Note 8) Less: marketable securities (Note 7) Net debt Total adjusted index (last 12 months) 11,031 622 (115) 1,559 8,965 1,734 December 31, 2011 11,324 382 (214) 1,678 9,478 1,981

Indebtedness ratio Adjusted index is reconciled to the carrying amounts as follows:

5.2

4.8

Million of reais March 31, 2012 Income (loss) before income tax Adjusted by Financial results Total of continuing operations Discontinued operations (Note 24) Depreciation, amortization and depletion EBITDA - Earnings before income taxes, depreciation, amortization and others Gain on disposal of CONPACEL, KSR and Piracicaba Impairment of recoverable ICMS (i) Change in fair value of biological assets Other (ii) 16 of 43
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December 31, 2011 (1,491) 1,869 378 365 1,839

(1,579) 1,688 109

1,861

1,970 (176) 56 (146) 30

2,582 (533) 59 (146) 19

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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

Million of reais March 31, 2012 Adjusted index


(i)

December 31, 2011 1,981

1,734

Includes non-recurring sale of property, plant and equipment and credits from the sale of investments.

Although it has been observed a relevant reduction in the net debt in relation to December 31, 2011 in the amount of R$ 513 million, the indebtedness ratio rose significantly from 4.8 in December 2010 to 5.2 in March 31 2012, mainly due to the lower adjusted EBITDA recorded in the last 12 months, which reflects the reduction in the average price of pulp in the first quarter of 2012 of R$ 958.00 per ton, when compared to the same period in 2011, which was R$ 1,123.00 per ton, as detailed in Note 18 Considering this scenario Fibria continues to focus on actions that include reduction of fixed costs and variable costs, selling expenses, capex and improvements in working capital and has also focused on actions that may result in additional liquidity such as public offer (Note 25), the sale of certain assets in the south of Bahia, the sale of the forests of Losango (Note 22) as of other non-strategic assets. This reinforces the Company focus to strength its capital structure, in order to reach a more adequate leverage ratio. 4.3 Sensitivity analysis The analysis below presents the sensitivity analysis of the effects from changes in relevant risk variables to which the Company is exposed at the end of the period. Management believes that a reasonably possible scenario would include a depreciation of the U.S.Dollar, and changes in the pulp price over a three-month projected period considering current market expectation and historical changes in prices of pulp. The other risk factors were not considered to have a significant effect on the result of financial instruments.
Instruments denominated in foreign currency (U.S. dollars) Loans and financing Cash, cash equivalents and marketable securities Derivative instruments Trade accounts receivable Trade payables Scenario Depreciation of 2.31% of the U.S. dollar in relation to the Ptax rate at March 31, 2012 - from R$ 1.7800 to R$ 1.8221 Impact on income (expense)

219,775 (13,195 ) 75,164 (10,284) 968 272,428

As the shown above, a devaluation of the U.S. Dollar, considering the closing rate and the balance of such financial instruments in March 31, 2012, would lead to a reduction in the liabilities recognized in the balance sheet and corresponding a gain in financial income in the approximated amount of R$272,428. Furthermore, considering this projective scenario compared with the average exchange rate of R$ 1.6986 observed during the 12 months ended March 31, 2012, net revenue would increase by 4.6%, representing an approximate amount of R$ 249,000 over a 12-month period. 17 of 43
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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

Additionally, a reduction of 8.50% in the list price of pulp, calculated based on the historical volatility of the pulp price listing (FOEXBHKP Index Bloomberg source last ten years), would lead to a reduction of approximately R$ 474,000 in net revenues over a 12-month period. According to the CVM Decision n550/08, the following information presents the fair value of derivatives, loans and marketable securities, in two adverse scenarios that could generate significant losses to the Company. The probable scenario was stressed considering an additional 25% and 50% in respect to the probable scenario of R$ 1.7800:
Impact of an appreciation of the U.S. dollar against the real on portfolios fair values Probable R$ 1.7800 Derivative instruments Loans and financing Marketable securities Possible (25%) R$ 2.2250 Remote (50%) R$ 2.6700

75,164 219,775 (13,195) 281,744

(651,287) (1,897,100) 113,898 (2,434,489)

(1,390,437) (4,013,974) 240,991 (5,163,420)

Total impact

Cash and Cash Equivalents


Average yield - % p.a. Cash and banks Cash equivalents Foreign currency Time deposits Cash and cash equivalents March 31, 2012 57,595 0.29 564,499 622,094 December 31, 2011 62,989 318,926 381,915

bank deposits in U.S dollar are highly liquid, are readily convertible into a known amount of cash and subject to an immaterial risk of change in fair value if early redemption is requested. During the period ended March 31, 2012 there has been no relevant changes with respect to the operations presented in the most recent annual financial statement and detailed in Note 8. The increase in the cash and cash equivalents balance in the period reflects the cash from net operating activities generated in the period. 6 Marketable Securities Marketable securities include financial assets classified as held for trading, as follows:
March 31, 2012 Government securities including under reverse repurchase agreements LFT LTN Over NTN Over December 31, 2011

381,226 29,283 79,996

208,602 149,730

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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

Other Private securities including securities under reverse repurchase agreements Reverse repurchase agreements (Repos) CDB CDB Box Marketable securities 1,034,706 32,559 945 1,558,715

4,667 1,282,236 31,750 942 1,677,926

Private securities are mainly composed by short-term investments in CDB and repos which have immediate liquidity and carry out interest based on the variation of the Interbank Deposit Certificate (CDI). Government securities are composed by National Treasury Bill and Notes. The average yield of marketable securities in a three month period ended in March 31, 2012 is 104.76% of the CDI (102.47% in 2011). The CDB Box operations are interest-bearing instruments with interest based on the CDI rate, not exposing the Company to foreign exchange risk. During the period ended March 31, 2012 there has been no relevant changes with respect to the operations presented in the most recent annual financial statement and detailed in Note 10 to such financial statements. 7 Derivative Instruments The following tables present the derivatives, segregated by type of derivative, presenting for swaps the asset leg and the liability leg of the contracts, by hedge strategy adopted by the Company, and also the schedule of maturities based on its contractual maturities. The outstanding contracts at March 31, 2012 are not subject to margin calls or anticipated liquidation clauses resulting from mark-to-market variations. All operations are over-the-counter and registered at CETIP (a clearing house). (a) Breakdown by type of derivative
Reference value (notional) in currency of origin March 31, Decembe31, 2012 2011 771,900 45,000 230,417 203,959 401,827 40,550 151,000 921,900 45,000 233,550 227,891 416,478 42,313 162,000

Fair value March 31, Decembe31, 2012 2011 (55,840) 20,011 16,033 (9,045) (77,679) (7,698) (725) (114,944) (134,206) 27,804 11,373 (10,655) (92,165) (9,084) (6,954) (213,887)

Type of derivative NDF (US$) Swap JPY x US$ (JPY) Swap DI x US$ (US$) Swap LIBOR x Fixed (US$) Swap TJLP x US$ (US$) Swap Pre x US$ (US$) Zero cost dollar

Classified:

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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

Reference value (notional) in currency of origin March 31, Decembe31, 2012 2011

Fair value March 31, Decembe31, 2012 2011 17,298


38,036 (89,623) (80,655) (114,944)

Type of derivative on current assets on non-current assets on current liabilities on non-current liabilities

31,638
43,446 (163,534) (125,437) (213,887)

(b)

Breakdown by type of derivative and also asset and liability leg for swaps
Reference value (notional) in currency of origin March 31, 2012 771,900 Decembe31, 2011 921,900 March 31, 2012 (55,840) Fair value Decembe31, 2011 (134,206)

Type of derivative Future contracts Cash flow hedge (US$) Swap contracts Asset leg JPY fixed rate (JPY to USD) USD LIBOR (LIBOR to fixed) BRL fixed rate (BRL to USD) BRL TJLP (BRL to USD) BRL Pre (BRL to USD) Liability leg USD fixed rate (JPY to USD) USD fixed rate (LIBOR to fixed) USD fixed rate (BRL to USD) USD fixed rate (BRL TJLP to USD) USD fixed rate (BRL to USD) Total swap contracts Options Zero cost dollar

4,754,615 203,959 394,013 655,394 64,596 45,000 203,959 230,417 401,827 40,550

4,754,615 227,891 399,370 679,784 66,468 45,000 227,891 233,550 416,478 42,313

120,461 372,019 520,658 587,934 62,559 (100,450) (381,064) (504,625) (665,613) (70,258) (58,379)

136,077 427,843 514,257 611,091 64,391 (108,273) (438,498) (502,884) (703,256) (73,475) (72,727) (6,954) (213,887)

151,00

162,000

(725) (114,944)

(c)

Fair value and already settled amounts brokendown by hedge strategy


Fair value March 31, 2012 December 31, 2011 Value paid or received March 31, 2012 December 31, 2011

Type of derivative

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In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

Exchange rate hedge Cash flow - Exports Debt hedge Interest rate hedge Debt hedge

(56,566) (49,334) (9,044) (114,944)

(141.160) (62.072) (10.655) (213.887)

1.451 8.379 (2,200) 7,630

49,684 921 (1,822) 48,783

(d)

Fair value broken down by date of disbursements/collections The following tables present information about derivative financial instruments grouped by maturity bucket and counterparty. The following table presents the fair values by month of maturity:
March 31, 2012 Total

2012 January February March April May June July August September October November December

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

(11,995) (8,391) (5,206) (14,773) (12,948) 2,412 (2,481) (1,759) (5,350) (60,491)

(6,676) (4,073) (1,177) (1,270) (1,364) (1,057) (2,378) (1,349) (1,132) (1,281) (1,311) (1,259) (24,327)

21,556 (1,737) (1,759) (1,800 ) (1,674) (1,863) (1,790) (1,733) (1,917) (1,774) (1,735) (1,951) 1,823

(1,782) (1,791) (1,968) (1,812) (1,795) (1,961) (1,404) (1,400) (1,290) (1,429) (1,426) (1,552) (19,610)

(1,433) (1,458) (1,405) (1,460) (1,459) (1,379) (1,188) (1,192) (394) (1,200) (1,204) (1,108) (14,880)

(1,203) (1,207) (1,106) (1,214) (1,217) (1,094) (754) (756) 4,774 (758) (759) (674) (5,968)

93 105 8,311

10,462 (10,266) (7,322) (19,551) (15,900) (12,455) (22,287) (19,378) 10,764 (8,923) (8,194) (11,894) (114,944)

8,509

2012 January February March April May June July August September October November December (23,146) (16,878) (11,919) (17,225) (13,148) (1,991) (18,880) (18,824) (668) (6,905) (420) 1,484

2013 (447) (540) 1,045 (355) (565) 1,414 (1,520) (1,396) (48) (1,519) (1,289) (240)

2014 25,680 (2,049) (1,874) (2,756) (2,571) (2,208) (2,796) (2,662) (2,461) (2,908) (2,854) (2,736)

2015 (3,000) (2,966) (2,951) (3,228) (3,262) (3,055) (2,658) (2,695) (3,018) (2,897) (2,926) (2,769)

2016 (2,820) (2,879) (2,980) (2,933) (2,932) (2,908) (2,548) (2,539) (2,290) (2,499) (2,476) (2,431)

2017 (2,483) (2,475) (2,415) (2,764) (2,782) (2,675) (1,289) (1,286) 2,973 (1,281) (1,288) (1,222)

December 31, 2011 2018 Total (6,216) (27,787) (21,008) (29,261) (25,260) (11,319) (29,691) (29,402) 3,233 (18,009) (11,253) (7,914)

86 104 8,745

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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

(128,520)

(5,460)

(2,195)

(35,425)

(32,235)

(18,987)

8,935

(213,887)

Additionally, we present a table breaking down the notional and fair value of by counterparty:
March 31, 2012 Notional in USD Citibank S.A. Banco Ita BBA S.A. Banco Safra S.A. Banco Santander (Brasil) S.A. Bank of America Merrill Lynch BES Investimento do Brasil S.A. Deutsche Bank S.A. Goldman Sachs do Brasil HSBC Bank Brasil S.A. Morgan Stanley & CO. Banco Standard de Investimentos Standard Chartered Bank Banco Barclays S.A. Banco WestLB do Brasil Banco Credit Agricole Brasil SA Banco BNP Paribas Brasil S.A. Fair Value Notional in USD December 31, 2011 Fair Value

(229,577) (301,050) (230,417) (288,604) (64,400) (45,000) (121,700) (112,646) (194,759) (67,000) (38,000) (84,000) (37,500) (10,000) (20,000) (1,844,653)

(2,696) (21,033) 16,033 (52,193) (9,972) (3,426) (6,555) (13,235) (11,759) (3,722) (2,800) (2,833) 99 29 (881) (114,944)

(240,376) (382,225) (233,550) (255,556) (96,400) (10,000) (37,500) (186,850) (135,046) (229,042) (14,500) (57,500) (124,500) (45,500)

(6,695) (49,975) 11,372 (57,139) (20,041) (1,772) (3,699) (17,507) (22,460) (22,415) (1,791) (8,285) (10,959) (2,521)

(2,048,545)

(213,887)

The fair value does not represent the cash required immediately to settle each contract, as such amounts are only disbursable at the date of contractual measurement or of maturity of each transaction, when the final result will be determined, in accordance with the then prevailing market conditions. The outstanding contracts at March 31, 2012 are not subject to margin calls or anticipated liquidation clauses resulting from mark-to-market variations. All operations are over-the-counter and registered at CETIP. The following is a description of the types of derivatives and the underlying instruments that are being hedged. (i) Non-Deliverable Forwards (NDF) The Company entered into U.S. dollar forwards in order to hedge part of its future export revenue, which are considered highly probable transactions, for changes in the exchange rate between real and the U.S. dollar. (ii) LIBOR vs. fixed rate swap The Company has plain-vanilla swaps positions of quarterly LIBOR versus fixed rate with the objective of hedging debt subject to LIBOR against any changes in LIBOR. (iii) Japanese yen 22 of 43
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In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

versus U.S. dollar swap The Company has plain-vanilla swaps of Japanese yen versus the U.S. dollar with the objective of hedging exposure to currency fluctuations on a bond that was issued in yen. The swaps are matched to the related debt as regards to underlying amounts, maturity dates and cash flows. (iv) DI versus U.S. dollar swap The Company has plain-vanilla swaps of Interbank Deposit ("DI") versus the U.S. dollar with the objective of swapping the debt in reais with interest based on DI to a fixed-rate in U.S. dollars. The swaps are matched with respect to the related debt as regards to underlying amounts, maturity dates and cash flows. (v) TJLP versus U.S. dollar swap The Company has plain-vanilla swaps of long term interest rate ("TJLP") versus the U.S. dollar with the objective of swapping debt in reais with interest based on TJLP, to a fixed rate in U.S. dollars. The swaps are matched with respect to the related debt as regards as to underlying amounts, maturity dates and cash flows. (vi) Dollar options The Company entered into purchase option (put) to purchase dollars and dollar sale option (call) to sell dollars with the same notional and maturity and the amounts are do not include any leverage feature. The difference between the strike prices of the put (lower) and of the call (higher) results in a floor and cap of the dollar exchange rate, thereby forming a "Collar". (vii) Pre Swap versus U.S. dollar swap The Company has plain-vanilla swaps of fixed interest rate in reais to fixed interest rates in U.S. dollar with the objective of hedging the debt in reais to a fixed interest-rate in dollar. The swaps are matched with respect to debt as regards as to underlying amounts, maturity dates and cash flows. (viii) Fair value measurement of derivative instruments The Company estimates the fair value of its derivative agreements and recognizes that these may differ from the Mark-to-Market (MtM) amounts in the event of early settlement. This difference result from factors such as liquidity, spreads or the interest of the counterparty i in a early settlement, among others. Management believes that amounts obtained for those agreements, in accordance with the methods described below, reliably reflect fair values. The amounts estimated by management are also compared with the MtM provided by the banks and with the estimates performed by independent financial advisors. The methods used for measurement of the fair value of the derivatives used by the Company consider methodologies commonly used in the market and which are in compliance with widely tested theoretical bases. A summary of the methodologies used for fair value determination purposes by instrument is presented below. The methodology used to calculate the MtM and to record the financial instruments is defined in a 23 of 43
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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

manual developed by the Company's risk management area. Non-deliverable forwards - a projection of the future exchange rate is made, using the exchange coupon and the fixed yield curve in reais at each maturity date. The difference between the rate obtained through this method and the contractual rate is determined. This difference is multiplied by the notional value of each contract and discounted to present value using the fixed yields in reais. Swap contracts - the present value of both the asset and liability legs are estimated through the discount of forecasted cash flows using the market interest rate for the currency in which the swap is denominated. The contract fair value is the difference between the asset and liability. Options - the fair value was calculated based on the Garman Kohlhagen model. Volatility information and interest rates are obtained from BM&FBOVESPA to calculate the fair values. The yield curves used to calculate the fair value were as follows:
Interest curve Brazil Vertex 1M 6M 1A 2A 3A 5A 10A Rate (p.a.) 9.28% 8.91% 8.96% 9.71% 10.18% 10.69% 11.20% Vertex 1M 6M 1A 2A 3A 5A 10A United States Rate (p.a.) 0.24% 0.45% 0.49% 0.57% 0.76% 1.28% 2.37% Vertex 1M 6M 1A 2A 3A 5A 10A Dollar coupon Rate (p.a.) 2.16% 2.22% 2.60% 3.01% 3.70% 4.90% 6.50%

(e)

Comments on changes in balance The balance of derivative financial instruments which corresponds to the fair value of outstanding instruments decreased by R$ 98.943 with respect to December 31, 2011 as result mainly of depreciation of the U.S dollar during the period and of the settlement of derivatives maturing during the quarter. The notional of derivative financial instrument has presented irrelevant changes as result of maturity of contracts during the period.

Trade Accounts Receivable


March 31, 2012 Domestic customers Export customers Allowance for doubtful accounts 110,417 574,914 (76,193) 609,138 December 31, 2011 105,183 916,391 (76,212) 945,362

Comments on changes in balance The consolidated balance of trade accounts receivable presented a reduction of 36% or R$ 336,224 thousand. The change results mainly from credit assignments and advance of credit letter without 24 of 43
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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

resource consummated during the first quarter of 2012 for the approximate amount of R$ 309,333 whose terms resulted in the derecognition of the asset. Additionally the balances were reduced by efforts of management in optimizing working capital, the depreciation of the U.S. dollar of 2.9% as well as the reduction of sales as detailed in Note 18 9 Inventories
March 31, 2012 Finished goods At plant/warehouses Outside Brazil Work in process Raw materials Supplies Imports in transit Advances to suppliers December 31, 2011

70,766 606,634 30,745 365,502 136,752 5,607 1,050 1,217,056

135,110 518,305 31,141 360,473 129,298 2,140 2,240 1,178,707

The balance increased by 3% which is considered stable. During the period ended March 31, 2012 there has been no relevant changes with respect to the information presented in Note 13 to the annual financial statements. 10 Recoverable Taxes
March 31, 2012 Withholding tax and prepaid income tax (IRPJ) and social contribution (CSLL) Value-added Tax on Sales and Services (ICMS) on purchases of property, plant and equipment Recoverable ICMS and Excise Tax (IPI) Social Integration Program (PIS) and Social Contribution on Revenues (COFINS) Recoverable Provision for impairment on ICMS credits December 31, 2011

215,442 18,168 640,498 651,290 (520,846) 1,004,552

208,993 19,520 614,274 669,805 (507,573) 1,005,019 677,232 327,787

Non-current Current

643,593 360,959

The balance of recoverable taxes reduced 0.05% or R$ 467, due to a reduction of the credit balance of R$ 12,051 (Income tax, Social contribution, PIS, COFINS and IPI) offset by the increase of R$ 24,773 in the recoverable ICMS net of the increase in the provision for losses on these credits in the Esprito Santo and Mato Grosso do Sul states in the amount of R$ 13,273 thousand. 11 Taxes on Income 25 of 43
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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

The Company and the subsidiaries based in Brazil are taxed based on its net income/loss for accounting purpose then adjusted for tax purposes. The subsidiaries outside Brazil use methods established by the respective local regulations. Income taxes have been calculated and recorded considering the applicable statutory tax rates enacted at the date of the interim financial information. (a) Deferred taxes Deferred income tax and social contribution tax assets arise from tax losses and temporary differences related to (a) the effect of foreign exchange gains/losses (tax calculated on a cash basis for loans); (b) adjustment to fair value of derivative instruments; (c) non-deductible provisions; and (d) temporary differences arising from the adoption of IFRS .
March 31, 2012
Assets Tax losses Provision for contingencies Sundry provisions (impairment, operational and other) Losses on derivative contracts recognized for tax purposes on a cash basis Exchange variation -taxed on a cash basis Tax amortization of goodwill Provision for losses of foreign deferred tax assets Total Liabilities Tax depreciation Exchange variation -taxed on a cash basis Reforestation costs already deducted for tax purposes Fair value of biological assets Effect of business combination - acquisition of Aracruz Tax benefit on goodwill not amortized for tax purposes Other provisions Total 545,544 51,871 334,341 39,081 23,467 111,104 (194,965) 910,443

December 31, 2011


528,864 58,389 348,447 72.537 73.412 110,830 (200.711) 991.768

14,370 9,389 314,939 169,322 42,182 201,282 1,790 753,274

14.986 284.020 214.952 45.212 178.917 1.791 739.878

Changes in the net balance of deferred taxes in the three months period ended March 31, 2012 and the year ended December 31, 2011 are as follows:
March 31, 2012
At January 1 Tax loss and negative basis Exchange variation of foreign deferred taxes Provision for impairment of foreign deferred tax assets Temporary differences regarding operational provisions Derivative financial instruments taxed on a cash basis Amortization of goodwill Reforestation costs Exchange gains/losses taxed on a cash basis Fair value of biological assets Other

December 31, 2011


109,665 (180,634) (200,711)

251,890 19,904
2,522

(20,624) (33,455) (22,091) (30,303) (59,334) 45,630 3,030

(66,241) 117,709 (78,114) (89,056) 539,069 82,321 17,882

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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

At December 31 Deferred tax assets Deferred tax liabilities

157,169 910,443 (753,274)

251,890 991,768 (739,878)

(b)

Reconciliation of income tax and social contribution benefit (expense)


March 31, 2012
Income (loss) before income tax and social contribution Income tax and social contribution at statutory nominal rate - 34% Reconciliation to effective expense Non-taxable equity in earnings (losses) Difference in tax rates of foreign subsidiaries Executive Directors bonus Present value adjustment - Aracruz acquisition Other, mainly non deductible provisions Income tax and social contribution benefit (expense) for the year Effective rate - % (6) (61,367) (5,981) (2,307) (100,456) 110.9 (17) 40,440 (1,370) (6,933) (2,394) (31,163) 17.4 90,574 179,084

March 31, 2011

(30,795)

(60,889)

During the three months period ended March 31, 2012 the effective rate of taxes on income totalized 110.9% compared to 17.4% in the same period in 2011. The increase in the effective rate results from taxation of foreign subsidiaries which have presented a taxable loss in the quarter ended March 31, 2012 which results in the recognition of a tax asset at a lower rate considering the different tax rate of the foreign subsidiaries while during the quarter ended March 31, 2011 they generated taxable income. 12 (a) Significant Related Party Transactions and Balances Related parties The Company is governed by a Shareholders Agreement entered into between Votorantim Industrial S.A. ("VID"), which holds 29.34% of its shares, and BNDES Participaes S.A. ("BNDESPAR"), which holds 30.42% of its shares (together the "Controlling shareholders"). The Company's commercial and financial transactions with its subsidiaries, associates, Votorantim Group companies and other related parties are carried out at normal market prices and conditions, based on usual terms and rates applicable to third parties. Balances are as follows: (i) In assets and liabilities
Balances receivable (payable) Nature March 31, 2012 December 31, 2011

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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

Balances receivable (payable) Nature Transactions with controlling shareholders Votorantim Industrial S.A. BNDES Rendering of services Financing March 31, 2012 (5) (1,720,520) (1,700,525) Transactions with subsidiaries, joint ventures Asapir Produo Florestal e Comrcio Ltda. Votorantim Group companies VOTO III Votoner - Votorantim Comercializadora de Energia Banco Votorantim S.A. Anfreixo S.A. E.N. Serv. de Materiais Votorantim Cimentos S.A. Votorantim Metais Ltd. Companhia Brasileira de Alumnio (CBA) Wood supplier Eurobond Energy supplier Financial investments Material supplier Material supplier Input supplier Chemical products supplier Leasing of lands (106,021) (2) 179,090 (129) (36) (3) (203) (33) 72,663 (117,768) (388) 176,156 (298) (87) (214) (33) 57,368 December 31, 2011 (63) (1,773,842) (1,773,905)

Total net balance Presented in the following lines: Assets Marketable Securities Related parties non current Liabilities Loans and Financing Trade account payable

(1,627,862)

(1,716,537)

173,494 5,596 (1,806,541) (411) (1,627,862)

170,687 5,469 (1,891,610) (1,083) (1,716,537)

(ii)

In the statement of income


Income (expenses) March 31, 2012 March 31, 2011

Nature Transactions with controlling shareholders Votorantim Industrial S.A. Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Econmico e Social (BNDES)

Rendering of services Financing

(2,297) (26,801) (29,098)

(1,794) (45,622) (47,416)

Votorantim Group companies VOTO III Votoner - Votorantim Comercializadora de Energia Banco Votorantim S.A. E.N. Servis de Materiais

Eurobond Energy supplier Investments Material and services supplier

9,404 (2,948) 4,680 (121)

(3,011) (5,875) 4,993

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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

Income (expenses) March 31, 2012 March 31, 2011

Nature Material and services supplier Wood supplier Leasing of lands Chemical products supplier Leasing of lands Leasing of lands

Anfreixo S.A. Indstria de Papel de Pedras Brancas Votorantim Cimentos S.A. Votorantim Metais Ltda. Votorantim Metais Ltda. Companhia Brasileira de Alumnio (CBA)

(695) (85) (1,619) (1,739) (99) 6,778

(1,549) (132) (1,377) (1,739) (112) (8,802)

Comments on the main transactions and contracts with related parties The following is a summary of the nature and conditions of the transactions with the related parties: (i) Controlling shareholders The Company has a contract with VID related to services provided by the Votorantim Shared Service Center, which provides outsourcing of operational services relating to administrative activities, personnel department, back office, accounting, taxes and the information technology infrastructure shared by the companies of the Votorantim Group. The contract provides for overall remuneration of R$ 8,414 and has a one-year term, with annual renewal upon formal confirmation by the parties. Additionally, VID provide various services related to technical advisory, trainings, including management improvement programs. These services are also provided for the entire Votorantim Group and the Company reimburses VID for the charges related to the services used. The Company has financing contracts with BNDES, the majority shareholder of BNDESPAR, for the purpose of financing investments in infrastructure and the acquisition of equipment and machines, as well as the expansion and modernization of its plants, as detailed in the most recent annual financial statement (Note 21(e)). There have been no changes in contracts with BNDES in relation to December 31, 2011, which were presented in Note 23. In 2009 first semester, a financing agreement in the amount of R$ 673,294 was approved, bearing interest at the Long-term Interest Rate (TJLP) plus 0% to 4.41% and the BNDES Monetary Unit (UMBNDES) plus 2.21% p.a. At December 31, 2011, 93% of this total amount had been released. UMBNDES is an index based on a basket of currencies, predominantly the U.S. dollar. In 2008 second semester, a financing agreement with BNDES totaling R$ 540,000 was approved, bearing TJLP plus 1.36% to 1.76% and UMBNDES plus 2.45% p.a, maturing in 2015. In October 2007, a financing agreement was executed with BNDES totaling R$ 21,701, indexed by the TJLP plus 1.8% and UMBNDES plus 1.3% p.a. The principal amount will be repaid between 2011 and 2012. On November 2006, a financial agreement was executed into with BNDES, in the amount of R$ 596 million, bearing interest at the TJLP plus 0% e 2,9% p.a. and UMBNDES plus 1,4% to 2,4% p.a., maturing from 2009 to 2016. 29 of 43
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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

In 2005, three agreements were entered into with BNDES, in December, August and May. In the contract signed in December, the total funds released were R$ 139,284, repayable from 2007 to 2016, subject to interest ranging between TJLP plus 0% to 4.5% p.a. and UMBNDES plus 2.0% to 3.0% p.a. In the August agreement, the total funds released were R$ 55,222, of which a portion is indexed to the TJLP plus 3.5% to 4.5% and a portion is indexed to UMBNDES plus 3% p.a. The maturity of this agreement is 2015. In the May agreement, the total funds released were R$ 99,109, of which a portion is indexed to TJLP plus 4.5% p.a. and a portion is indexed to UMBNDES plus 4.5% p.a. The maturity of the principal amount is 2015. Considering only the portion proportionally consolidated by the Company, equivalent to 50% of the loans and financings of Veracel (joint venture with Stora Enso) granted by BNDES, the principal amount of R$ 176,019, repayable from 2012 to 2014, subject to interest ranging from TJLP plus 1.0% to 3.3% p.a. and currency basket plus 3.3% p.a. The Company has given the pulp plant located in Trs Lagoas and in Jacarei as the main collateral for these financings. Management believes that these transactions were contracted at terms equivalent to those which prevail in transactions with independent parties, based on technical studies realized when these contracts were entered int0. (ii) Subsidiaries and joint ventures The Company shares its administrative structure with its subsidiary Fibria-MS, and allocates these administrative expenses to the subsidiary at cost without any profit margin. These receivables have an average maturity of 90 days. The other operating subsidiaries have their own management and no allocation of expenses is necessary. There was in June 2010 and May 2011, a purchase of intercompany receivables from this subsidiary, in the amount of R$ 239,123 relating to export shipments. These operations settled December 2012 at 1% p.a. Port services for shipping production of the Aracruz unit are contracted from Portocel - Terminal Especializado Barra do Riacho. This terminal is a joint venture of the Company and Cenibra - Celulose Nipo-Brasileira, which holds 49%. The prices and conditions are identical for both shareholders. The Company has an accounts receivable balance related to the sale of pulp to Fibria Trading International KFT., which is responsible for the management, sale, operation, logistics, control and accounting of products in Europe, Asia and North America. The pulp selling prices and payment terms for this subsidiary follow the strategic and finance plan of the Company and observe the transfer price limits under tax regulations. In addition, the Company contracted intercompany export pre-payments with this subsidiary, at LIBOR 3M plus an average spread of 3.8% p.a., with quarterly payment of principal and interest maturing in 2017. On June 24, 2005, the Company entered a loan contract with VOTO IV, a jointly-controlled entity, which raised US$ 200,000 thousand, at 8.5% p.a, maturing in 2020. The Company has payable balances with Asapir, concerning to transferences of money carried through with the purpose of adequate the capital of the jointly controlled to levels considered necessary for its operational activities. (iii) Votorantim Group companies 30 of 43
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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

On January 16, 2004, the Company executed a loan contract with a wholly-owned subsidiary of VPAR, VOTO III, for US$ 45,000 thousand, at 4.25% p.a, maturing in 2014. The Company has a contract to purchase energy from Votener - Votorantim Comercializadora de Energia Ltda. to supply its unit in Jacare. The total amount contracted is R$ 15,000, guaranteeing 115,700 megawatt-hours, and maturing in five years through December 31, 2014. Should either party request a rescission of the contract, that party is required to pay 50% of the remaining contract amount. In addition, the Company entered into a contract to purchase energy from Votener, expiring on December 31, 2012, which may attend Trs lagoas and Aracruz units. Since these units already generate energy, the contract has the purpose of maximize the competitiveness of the energy matrix, since the excess may be sold and eventual needs are guaranteed by the market price. The total amount contracted may change according to the needs and excess earned by the units. The Company maintains investments in CDB and securities purchased under agreement to resell (repos) issued by Banco Votorantim S.A., with average remuneration of 104.69% of the CDI, maturity on January 2014. The Company's cash management policy is intended to provide efficiency in investment returns and to maximize liquidity, based on market practices. The shareholders agreement limits the intercompany investments to R$ 200,000. On January 1, 2012, the Company entered into a contract to purchase sulfuric acid 98% from Votorantim Metais , for R$ 18,500, in exchange for the supply of 36,000 metric tons of acid for two years through December 31, 2013. In the case of contract termination, no penalties are due, other than the settlement of outstanding invoices. On April 22, 2008, the Company entered into a contract for the supply of electrical, fastening and sealing materials, protective equipment and others with Anfreixo S.A. until December 2012. This contract does not establish minimum quantities to be supplied. In addition, record-keeping and sewage services were contracted until January 2, 2013 for R$ 1,700. In the case of contract rescission, there is a fine set at 50% of the unexecuted part of the contract payable by the party requesting termination. From February of 2012 the maintenance services of sanitation material registration is now being realized by the company E.N. Servios de Materiais LTDA, part to the Votorantim economic group, which have the contract terms being elaborated. In April 02, 2012 the company Anfreixo s.a. was sold and is no longer part of the Votorantim economic group. The Company has agreements for the supply of road construction supplies, such as rock and calcareous rock, in the approximated total amount of R$ 7,165 through December 31, 2012. This agreement may be terminated at any time with prior notice of thirdy days, without any contractual fines. The Company has land leasing agreements, for approximately 22,400 hectares, with Votorantim Metais Ltda., which mature in 2019, totaling R$ 76,496. The Company has land leasing agreements, for approximately 2,062 hectares, with Companhia Brasileira de Alumnio CBA and Votorantim Cimentos, which mature in 2023, totaling R$ 4,062. In the 3 month period ended March 31, 2012 and 2011, no provision for impairment was recognized on assets involving related parties. (b) Remuneration of officers and directors 31 of 43
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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

The expected total annual amount to be approved by the Annual General Meeting on April 27, 2011 for the remuneration of Executive Directors, Board of Directors, Fiscal Council, Audit, Risk, Compensation and Sustainability Committees for the fiscal year 2012 is R$ 43,481. The remuneration, including all benefits, are summarized as follows:
March 31 2012 Short-term benefits to officers and directors Rescission of contract benefits 8,416 2,038 10,454 2011 5,009

5,009

Short-term benefits include fixed compensation (salaries and fees, vacation pay and 13th month salary), social charges and contributions to the National Institute of Social Security (INSS), the Government Severance Indemnity Fund for Employees (FGTS) and the variable compensation program. In the third quarter of 2010, the Company approved a compensation program based on the changes in the value of its shares, as detailed in the most recent annual financial statement. Short-term benefits to officers and directors do not include the compensation for the Audit, Risk, Compensation and Sustainability Committees' members of R$199 in 2012 (R$166 in March 31, 2011). The Company does not have any additional post-employment obligation and does not offer any other benefits, such as additional paid leave for time of service. 13 Property, Plant and Equipment The rollforward of the carrying amounts at the presented period is as follows:
Consolidated Machinery, equipment and facilities 8,516,831 14,272 (28,339) (673,546) (428) (261,124) 408,009 7,975,675 356 (6,232) (168,701) 50,222 7,851,320 Constructi on in progress 391,667 436,302

Land At December 31, 2010 Additions Disposals Depreciation Tax credit Reclassification to assets held for sale Transfers and others At December 31, 2011 Additions Disposals Depreciation Reclassification to assets held for sale (Bahia) Transfers and others At march 31, 2012 2,119,325 15,066 (17,862)

Buildings 1,618,144 1,578 (7,902) (122,247) (60,237) 132,784 1,562,120 23 (37) (30,479) (6,600) 7,758 1,532,785

Advances to suppliers 280,455 (3,075)

Other 53,009 3,717 (847) (16,419) (5,480) 12,580 46,560 111 (277) (3,967) 2,855 45,282

Total 12,979,431 470,935 (58,025) (812,212) (428) (631,164 ) (107,290) 11,841,247 57,320 (6,546) (203,147) (46,770) (1,106 ) 11,640,998

(283,867) 20,581 1,853,243

(71,597) 205,783 2,100

(20,456) (609,647) 197,866 54,730

(40,170)

57 207,940

(61,998) 190,598

1,813,073

(*)Refer to advances reclassified to biological assets group and non-current advances.

As detailed in Notes 22 and 1(d), the company reclassified forest assets and lands located in the south of the Bahia state. Other than that there have been no relevant changes with respect to the balances 32 of 43
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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

presented in the most recent annual financial statement and detailed in Note 18 to such financial statements. 14 Biological Assets The rollforward of the book balances at the presented period is as follows:
March 31, 2012 At the beginning of the period Additions Harvests in the period Historical cost Fair value Change in fair value Reclassification to assets held for sale Bahia Losango Tranfers and others At the end of the period 3,264,210 160,680 (123,824) (93,225) (123,773) 718 3,084,786 (241,595) 44,044 3,264,210 December 31, 2012 3,550,636 761,502 (569,813) (405,617) 125,053

The increase in the fair value of biological assets on the second semester of 2011, when compared to the fair value as of December 31, 2010 is the combined result of the inputs presented above which resulted in a gain of R$ 125,053. In the period of three months ended March 31, 2012, no valuation of the fair value of biological assets was performed during the three months ended March 31, 2012 as management understands that no significant change in the fair value of these assets exists. As detailed in Notes 24 and 1(d), the Company has reclassified the forestry assets located in the south of the Bahia. During the periods ended March 31, 2012 there has been no significant changes with respect to the transactions presented in the most recent annual financial statements and detailed in Note 19 to such financial statements. 15 Intangible Assets
March 31, 2012 At the beginning of the year Amortization of databases, patents and suppliers Amortization of software Transfers Others 4,809,448 (20,781) (4,339) 4,031 4,788,359 Composed by: Goodwill - Aracruz Systems development and deployment Acquired from business combination Databases Patents Relationship with suppliers Diesel and ethanol Chemical products 4,230,450 48,889 307,800 62,229 7,605 131,216 December 31, 2011 4,906,443 (83,123) (20,125) 6,945 (692) 4,809,448 4,230,450 49,199 319,200 67,365 9,251 133,815

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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

Others

170 4,788,359

168 4,809,448

During the periods ended March 31, 2012 there has been no significant changes with respect to the transactions presented in the most recent annual financial statements and detailed in Note 20 to such financial statements. 16 Loans and Financing
Current Average annual charges % In foreign currency Export credits (prepayment) Bonds - VOTO IV Eurobonds (issued by VOTO III) Eurobonds (issued by Fibria Overseas) Export credits (ACC) Leasing Export credits (Finnvera) EIB Europe Inv. Bank In reais BNDES TJLP Currency basket FINEP/FINAME NCE in reais Midwest region fund 3,49 7,75 4,25 7,33 2,34 1,99 3,79 Non current Total

Maturit y 2020 2020 2014 2021 2013 2013 2018

March December 31, 2012 31, 2011 61,789 6,648 906 76,229 494,985 8,479 39,344 688,380

March 31, 2012

December 31, 2011 2,777,003 365,883 115,544 4,737,956 5,958 217,218 8,219,562

March 31, 2012 2,789,463 364,528 106,021 4,688,245 540,537 14,219 230,882 8,733,895

December 31, 2011 2,806,054 366,769 117,767 4,771,645 623,632 14,731 259,949 784 8,961,331

29,051 2,727,674 886 357,880 2,223 105,115

33,689 4,612,016 623,632 45,552 8,773 5,740 42,731 191,538 784 741,769 8,045,515

9,07 8,74 5,30 5,74 1,02

2019 2019 2016 2018 2017

258,351 49,277 2,538 46,468 11,666 368,300 1,056,68 0

242,321 48,790 2,340 45,203 11,685 350,339 1,092,108

1,192,231 200,661 11,654 471,226 53,362 1,929,134 9,974,64 9

1,262,260 220,471 9,859 463,987 56,170 2,012,747 10,232,309

1,450,582 249,938 14,192 517,694 65,028 2,297,434 11,031,329

1,504,581 269,261 12,199 509,190 67,855 2,363,086 11,324,417

The maturities of the non-current portion of the debt at March 31, 2012 are presented below:
Maturity of long-term Installments 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Foreign currency 248,601 514,885 286,505 383,693 560,133 421,905 431,428 3,832,180 1,366,185

Reais 258,969 403,675 406,768 251,902 315,112 235,829 56,879

Total 507,570 918,560 693,273 635,595 875,245 657,734 488,307 3,832,180 1,366,185

Percentage 5 9 7 6 9 7 5 38 14

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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

1,929,134

8,045,515

9,974,649

100

(a)

Relevant operations entered into during the period In the period of three months ended March 31, 2012, the Company through its jointly controlled entity Veracel signed Export Credit ("ACC") contracts in the total amount of US$ 43 million (equivalent to R$ 76,939) maturing between August 2012 and September 2013 with a fixed interest rate between 3.35% and 4.75% p.a. On February 2012, through its jointly controlled entity Veracel, the Company signed US$ 33 million in export prepayment (equivalent to R$ 56,694) accruing semi-annual interest LIBOR plus 5% p.a , with a single maturity of principal in January 2017.

(b)

Relevant operations settled during the period On February 2012, the Company through its jointly controlled Veracel early repaid 5 Export Credit(ACC) in the amount of US$ 14 million (equivalents to R$ 24,314) which were contracted in September and December 2011 with maturity in March 12, 2012. On March 2012, the Company early repaid, with available resources, the total amount of US$ 50 million (equivalent to R$ 90,675), one of the three ACC contracted in January 2011, whose maturity was June 2012, and had fixed interest rate of 2.09% p.a.

(c)

Covenants The Company is in fully compliance with the covenants established in the contracts with the banks at March 31, 2012, as well no changes have occurred with respect of the transactions presented in the most recent annual financial statement.

17

Contingencies The Company is party to labor, civil and tax lawsuits at various court levels. The provisions for contingencies for potential unfavorable outcome of claims in progress are established and updated based on management evaluation, as supported by external legal counsel. The change in the provision for contingencies is as follows:
March 31, 2012 December 31, 2011

Initial balance Lawsuits write off Settlement Fines reversal and Monetary updating Provision (-) Judicial deposits

269,806 (23,601) (9,174) 10,940 247,971 168,544

364,097 (123,624) 29,333 269,806 168,212

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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

Net balance Nature of claims Tax Labor Civil

79,427 30,164 43,577 5,686 79,427

101,594 54,251 41,015 6,328 101,594

In the three months period ended March 31, 2012 there has been no relevant changes with respect to lawsuits and discussions presented in the most recent annual financial statement and detailed in Note 18 to such financial statements, however the Company paid an amount of R$ 17,340, related to Social Contribution (CSLL) due over exports revenue, whose amount were included in the provision for contingencies at December 31, 2011,which included a provision for fines in the updated amount of R$ 9,174 which was reverted as the discussion regarding the taxation or not taxation of this contribution is almost finalized in the Brazil Supreme Federal Court, which have resulted in the caused a reduction of the tax provision. 18 Net Revenue The reconciliation between gross and net revenue for the periods presented is as follows: March 31, 2012 Gross amount Sales taxes Discounts and returns (*) Net revenue
1,498,270 (29,040 ) (195,518 ) 1,273,712

March 31, 2011


1,832,087 (75,385 ) (209,015 ) 1,547,687

March 31, 2012 Pulp Volumes (ktons) Domestic market Foreign market

March 31, 2011

130,095 1,183,035 1,313,130

116,220 1,142,998 1,259,218

Net Revenue (in million of R$) Domestic market Foreign market

105,865 1,152,744 1,258,609

117,432 1,296,331 1,413,763

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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

March 31, 2012 Cost in R$/ton 958

March 31, 2011 1,123

Net revenue (in million of R$) Domestic market Foreign market Paper Services

105,865 1,152,744 15,103 1,273,712

117,432 1,296,331 118,109 15,815 1,547,687

Pulp sales have totalized 1.313.130 tons in the period of 3 months ended March 31, 2012, an increase of 4% in relation to the same the period in 2011, as a result of higher sales to Asia. Pulp exports have represented 90 % and 91% of the sales volume in 2012 and 2011 respectively. Sales by destination in the period of 3 months ended March 31, 2012 had Europe as the region of bigger demand, reaching 44% of the total, followed by 28% to Asia, 18% to North America and 10% to Latin America, compared to 46%, 25%, 20% and 9%, respectively in the same period in 2011. Net revenue of Fibria totalized R$ 1,273,712 in the period of three months ended March 31, 2012, a reduction of 18% when compared to the same period in 2011, affected by the decrease in 15% of the average net price of pulp in reais, and by the fact that no paper revenue was recognized in 2012 and such revenue for the period of three months ended March 31, 2011 was R$ 118,109. 19 Financial Results The financial results for the periods presented as follows: March 31, 2012 Financial expenses Interest on loans and financing (i) Unwinding of interest-acquisition of Aracruz shares Losses on derivative financial instruments Others 2011

(169,438) (23,741) (9,315) (202,494)

(170,743) (20,393) (39,289) (28,032) (258,457)

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43,374 4,628

47,130 4,678

Fibria Celulose S.A.


Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

March 31, 2012 48,002 Gains on derivative financial instruments Exchange gains/losses on loans and financing Indexation and exchange variations on other assets and liabilities 106,573 270,361 (30,496) 239,865 Net financial result 20 Expenses by Nature Expenses classified as cost of sales, selling expenses, and general and administrative expenses for the three months ended March 31, 2012 and 2011 are as follows: March 31 2012 Cost of sales Depreciation, depletion and amortization Freight Benefits to employees Variable costs 2011 191,946 2011
51,808 67,869 180,611 (30,363) 150,248 11,468

448,707 160,307 115,330 505,558 1,229,902

443,190 136,759 112,685 534,092 1,226,726

Selling expenses Benefits to employees Commercial expenses* Operational leasing Depreciation and amortization charges Third-party services (consulting, legal and others) Allowance for doubtful accounts Other expenses

6,370 57,188 267 3,432 1,559 1,545 70,361

4,537 53,329 211 2,735 1,030 1,352 1,627 64,821

General and administrative and Directors' fees expenses Benefits to employees Third-party services (consulting, legal and others) Provision for losses Depreciation and amortization charges 38 of 43
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24,819 25,083 10 5,859

28,608 35,943 (316) 5,601

Fibria Celulose S.A.


Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

March 31 2012 Donations and sponsorship Other expenses


2,000 4,147 61.918

2011
1,800 3,469 75.105 (17,974) 4,606 (13,368)

Other operating revenues and expenses Program of variable compensation to employees Others

(12,512) (1,372) (12,884)

(*) Includes handling expenses, storage and transportation expenses and sales commissions, among others Selling expenses totaled R$ 70,361 in the period of three months ended March 31, 2012, an increase of 9% when compared to the same period in 2011, due to sales volume increase and adjustment of prices of port services. General and administrative and directors fees expenses totaled R$ 61,918, 18% lower when compared to the same period in 2011 due to lower benefits to employees, and reduction with expenses with thirdparty services. 21 (a) Earnings per Share Basic The following table presents the detail of the calculation of earnings (losses) per share:
Continuing operations 2012 Net income attributable to the shareholders of the Company Weighted-average number of common shares outstanding Basic earnings per share (in reais) (11,149 2011 Discontinuing operations 2012 2011

146,235 467,591,824 0.313

240,655 467,591,824 0.515

467,591,824
(0.024)

The weighted average number of shares in the presented periods is represented by the total number of shares which compose the Company capital, in a total of 467,934,646 shares, less treasury shares of 342,822 shares. In the three months period ended March 31, 2012 and 2011 the quantity of shares has not changed.

(b)

Diluted The Company has no debt convertible into shares or share purchase options. Consequently, there are no potential common or preferred shares for dilution purposes.

22

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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

(a)

Discontinued operations Conpacel, KSR and Piracicaba As mentioned in Note 1, the Board of Directors approved the sale of CONPACEL, KSR and Piracicaba, including the industrial facilities, land and forests. The information about the results of operations for the three months ended March 31, 2011 is summarized below and is presented in a specific line in the statement of income. The Piracicaba plant was not considered to meet the definition of discontinued operations since it does not represent a major separate line of business or geographical area considering its relevance with respect to the consolidated activities.

(i)

Discontinued Operations Conpacel and KSR Information on statement of operations


March 31, 2011 Net revenue Cost of sales Gross profit Selling and administrative expenses Financial results Gain on disposal Others Income before taxes on income Taxes on income Net income from discontinued operations 65,640 (41,648) 23,992 (13.575) (106) 357.196 (2.878) 364,629 (123,974) 240,655

(ii)

Discontinued operations Conpacel and KSR - Information on cash flows


March 31, 2011 Net cash provided by operating activities Net cash used in investing activities Net cash used in financing activities (*) 36,886 1,558,768 (1,595,654)

(*) Considering that CONPACEL and KSR treasury operations were centralized by the Company, this amount represents the proceeds from the sale transferred to the Company net of investments realized. (iii) Gain on disposal We present bellow the computation of the gain recorded in the first quarter of 2011 regarding the 40 of 43
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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

disposal of the CGUs CONPACEL and KSR: Conpacel and KSR Selling price (-) Carrying amount of disposed net assets Fixed assets and biological assets Goodwill Inventories Other assets and liabilities (=) Gross gain recognized (-) Income taxes (=) Net gain (b) Assets held for sale - Losango project In June 30, 2011, management, based in its decision and taking into account the programs in place in order to identify a potential buyer and to conclude the sale of the Losango project assets, had classified these assets as held for sale. The Losango project assets are in condition for a immediate sale and management currently expects the sale to be consummated within the twelve months initially established. The Losango project is substantially represented by lands and forest localized in Capo do Leo, in the Rio Grande do Sul state, having an approximated forest area of 107 thousand hectares. At March 31, 2012, the project assets can be summarized as below:
Assets Non-current Biological assets
Property, plant and equipment

1,508,768 (588,946) (475,413) (84,055) (3,158) 357,196 (121,447) 235,749

Advances to suppliers Total assets

272,469 341,832 32,590


646,891

The Losango project does not generate results from operations. The book value of the net assets was compared with the fair values less the sales expenses and no loss for impairment had to be recorded. (c) Forest assets and lands located in the south of the Bahia As mentioned in Note 1 (d) (iii), the forest assets and lands located in the South of the Bahia which has approximablly 16.5 thousand hectares of planted area of eucalypt for sawmill and pulp, with an average annual production of 555 thousand cubic meters of wood, had been classified as held for sale. 41 of 43
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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

Such assets are available for immediate sale and Management expects to conclude the sale in less than twelve months. Following are presented the accounting balance of these assets in March 31, 2012: Asset Non current Biological assets Property, plant and equipment Interest in associated Bahia Produtos de Madeira

123,774 46,770 7,487

Total assets The forest assets and land do not meet the definition of a discontinued operation. (d) Indemnification liabilities

178,031

In connection with the sale of CGUs described above the Company assumed indemnification commitments with respect to losses, if they arise, as agreed in the corresponding sale agreements which have specific limits, period for the indemnification commitments and procedures for the other party to require the indemnification. 23 Explanatory notes not presented According to the requirements for disclosure contained in the Circular-Letter CVM/SNC/SEP/ N003/2011, in the annual financial statements were presented explanatory notes with details about shareholders equity (Note 27), benefits to employees (Note 28), and insurance (Note 33), whose assumptions, operations and policies have not had relevant changes in March 31, 2012 when compared with the position presented in the financial statement of December 31, 2011. 24 Impairment Tests As of December 31, 2011, following the accounting policy described in Note 2.11(a), the Company performed its annual impairment test of the CGUs to which goodwill is allocated as described on the item (a) below. The test did not resulted in any impairment loss, however, the recoverable value of the UGC Aracruz as per the impairment test exceeds their book value by R$ 609 million. In such a way, having the recoverable amount very close to its carrying amount, the Company performed an update of the impairment test of the UGC Aracruz for March 31, 2012, considering the impacts due to the updating of the premises used at that date, in which the book value kept under the recoverable value, therefore did not result in the need to recognize any impairment. 25 Subsequence events

As mentioned in Note 1(g), in March 8, 2012, Fibria announced primary public offering of common
shares, by the Company, with proceeds of $ 1.25 billion. In April 24, 2012 the board of directors approved the issue price per common share, each registered in 42 of 43
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Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Interim Financial Information
In thousands of Brazilian reais, unless otherwise stated

book-entry form, with no par value, issued by the Company (Common Shares), including the form of American Depositary Shares ("ADSs"). The issue price of R$ 15.83 per common share was determined after completion of bookbuilding procedure process (Bookbuilding Process), which was carried out by financial institutions hired by the Company. Within the context of the International Offering, the price per ADS was set at US$ 8.43 per ADS represesenting Common Shares. The Board of directors also approved the increase in the share capital of the Company, effected within the limits of its authorized capital, in accordance with the head of Article 6 of the Company's By-laws and with the exclusion of the preemptive right of the existing shareholders of the Company, pursuant to Article 172 of the Brazilian Corporate Law, in the amount of R$ 1,361,380, increasing the Company's share capital from R$8,379,397,179.59 to R$ 9,740,777, through the issuance of 553,934,646 Common Shares at a price of R$ 15.83 per share. * * *

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1Q12 Results

1Q12 Results
Equity offering and sale of forest assets of Bahia Produtos de Madeira (BPM) totaled R$1.6 billion in liquidity events to reduce leverage
Key Figures Pulp Production Pulp Sales Paper Production Paper Sales Unit 000 t 000 t 000 t 000 t 1Q12 1,332 1,313 4Q11 1,299 1,408 1Q11 1,319 1,259 29 36 1Q12 vs. 4Q11 3% -7% 1Q12 vs. 1Q11 1% 4% Last 12 months 5,197 5,195 65 64

Net Revenues Pro-forma EBITDA(1) (2) EBITDA margin (%) Net Financial Result(3) Net Income (Loss) Earnings (Loss) per Share Cash Earnings (Loss) per Share (6)

R$ million R$ million % R$ million R$ million R$ R$

1,274 377 30% 192 (10) (0.0) 0.8

1,399 390 28% (142) (358) (0.8) 0.9

1,548 607 39% 11 389 0.8 1.2

-9% -3% 2 p.p. -8%

-18% -38% -9 p.p. -33%

5,581 1,734 31% (1,688) (1,267) (2.7) 3.6

Gross Debt Cash Position(4) Net Debt Adjusted EBITDA(2) Net Debt/EBITDA LTM (x)

R$ million R$ million R$ million R$ million x

11,031 2,066 8,965 377 5.2

11,324 1,846 9,478 390 4.8

10,256 2,297 7,959 624 2.9

-3% 12% -5% -3% 0.4

8% -10% 13% -39% 2.3

11,031 2,066 8,965 1,734 5.2

Pro-forma Net Debt Pro-forma Cash Position(4) Pro-forma Net Debt/EBITDA LTM (x)
(1) Excludes Conpacel and KSR results for the 1Q11. (2) Adjusted by non-recurring and non-cash items.

R$ million R$ million x

7,400 3,631 4.3

9,478 1,846 4.8

7,959 2,297 2.9

-22% 97% -0.5

-7% 58% 1.4

7,400 3,631 4.3

(3) Includes results from financial investments, monetary and exchange variation, mark-to-market of hedging and interest. (4) Includes the hedge fair value. (5) Pro-forma including the proceeds from the equity offering (R$ 1.3 billion) and the sale of BPM (R$ 225 million). (6) More information on page 20.

Highlights of the Quarter


Pro-forma net debt of R$7,400 million with leverage at 4.3x, considering the equity offering and the sale of BPM (settlement of these events in 2Q12). Debt profile: pro-forma cash balance at 3.3x short-term debt, debt maturity of 71 months and short term debt at 10%. Scheduled maintenance downtime at the Veracel Unit successfully concluded in 1Q12. Operating excellence: pulp production of 1.3 million tons in 1Q12, up 3% and 1% quarter-on-quarter and year-on-year, respectively, even considering the scheduled maintenance downtime at the Veracel Unit. Cash cost, excluding the effects of the Veracel maintenance downtime, was R$444/t, stable quarter-on-quarter and down R$2/t year-on-year. Further information on page 7. Pulp sales of 1.3 million tons, down 7% quarter-on-quarter but up 4% year-on-year. EBITDA Margin at 30%, up 2 p.p. quarter-on-quarter but down 9 p.p. year-on-year. EBITDA of R$377 million, down 3% and 38% quarter-on-quarter and year-on-year, respectively, mainly due to the effect of the reduction in the average net pulp list price in reais. Loss of R$10 million, compared to loss of R$358 million in 4Q11 and profit of R$389 million in 1Q11.

Subsequent Events
Issue of 86,000,000 shares in a primary offering at a unit price of R$15.83/share. Offering settled on April 30. Price increases effective in April and May, raised the pulp list price to US$860/t for North America, US$800/t for Europe and US$700/t for Asia. Annual General Meeting held on April 27. Market Value (1): R$ 7.0 billion | US$ 3.9 billion Quotes: FIBR3: R$ 15.00 | FBR: US$ 8.39 Outstanding Shares: 467,934,646 ONs
(1)

Conference Calls: May 14 Portuguese: 11 am Telephone: +55 (11) 3127-4971 English: 12 pm Telephone: +1 412 317-6776 Webcast: www.fibria.com.br/ri

IR Contact: Guilherme Cavalcanti Andr Gonalves Fernanda Naveiro Vaz Roberto Costa Isabela Cerbasi ir@fibria.com.br | +55 (11) 2138-4565

Quote and total shares as at 03/31/2012

The operating and financial information of Fibria Celulose S.A. for the first quarter of 2012 (1Q12) was presented in this document on a consolidated basis and expressed in Brazilian Reais (R$), unaudited and elaborated in accordance with the requirements of Brazilian Corporate Law. The results of Veracel Celulose S.A. are proportionally consolidated (50%) in this press release, thereby eliminating the effects of all intercompany transactions.

1Q12 Results
Contents
Executive Summary ........................................................................................... 4 Pulp Market ........................................................................................................ 5 Production and Sales Pulp and Paper............................................................. 5 Results Analysis ................................................................................................. 6 Financial Result .................................................................................................. 8 Net Income ....................................................................................................... 10 Debt .................................................................................................................. 11 CAPEX ............................................................................................................. 12 Working Capital ................................................................................................ 13 Free Cash Flow ................................................................................................ 13 Capital Market .................................................................................................. 13 Appendix I Revenues x Volume X Price* ...................................................... 16 Appendix II Income Statement ...................................................................... 17 Appendix III Balance Sheet ........................................................................... 18 Appendix IV Cash Flow ................................................................................. 18 Appendix V Economic and Operating Data ................................................... 20

1Q12 Results
Executive Summary
On March 8, Fibria announced via Material Fact a primary public offering of common Company-issued shares. 86,000,000 shares were issued at a unit price of R$15.83/share. The transaction was concluded according to Governance best practices with financial settlement in the total amount of R$1.3 billion (net of incurred expenses and commissions) on April 30. Simultaneously with the public offering announcement, the Company announced that it accepted the binding proposal made by Fundo Florestas do Brasil for certain forestry and land assets located in southern Bahia State in the total amount of R$235 million (R$225 million net of incurred expenses), subject to alterations after conclusion of the confirming due diligence. The Company plans to conclude the transaction by June 30 with full receipt of the agreed upon amount. The equity offering is another step in the process of reducing the Company's leverage, in line with the strategy to optimize the capital structure. The equity offering together with the sale of the Bahia Produtos de Madeira (BPM) forestry assets, will result in a total liquidity event of R$1.6 billion. The Company expects to conclude other liquidity events with non-strategic forestry assets in 2012. In addition, as announced on February 1, Fibria reduced its estimated CAPEX for 2012 in approximately R$ 400 million. Prospects for the pulp market are positive. In March and April we announced two price increases for Asia of US$30/t each. Also, we announced price increases of US$40/t for Europe and North America, and one of US$30/t for Asia (all effective from May). The European list price returned to the level of US$800/t five months after the FOEX index reached US$650/t. This recovery trend and Fibrias inventory levels at 52 days (lower than 1Q11) confirm our view that supply and demand fundamentals remain balanced. Pulp production reached 1.3 million tons in 1Q12, up 3% and 1% over 4Q11 and 1Q11, respectively. This result shows Fibria's continued operating excellence, as in 2011, the Company reached record production and was able to repeat this performance in the first quarter of the year, even with the scheduled maintenance downtime at the Veracel Unit (event occurred in 1Q12). Sales volume was up 4% over 1Q11. In relation to 4Q11, the 7% drop in sales is explained by the seasonality that is characteristic in the last quarter of the year. Excluding maintenance downtime, cash cost of pulp production of R$444/t, stable over the R$443/t and R$446/t reported for 4Q11 and 1Q11, respectively. The increased volume produced and benefits of initiatives focused on cost reduction (revitalization of the Aracruz Units Plant A) drove this positive result and are in line with the Company's goals of mitigating the impacts of inflation on cash cost. Including the maintenance downtime in the cash cost analysis in 1Q12, the year-on-year increase was 2%, below the 2011 and 2010 cash cost variation (4%). In the last twelve months, inflation was 5.2% (IPCA Index).

EBITDA margin increased 2 p.p. over 4Q11 to 30% as a result of the reduced cost of goods sold on a cash basis and reduced sales and administrative expenses that offset the decline in the net price and the reduced sales volume.

1Q12 Results
Considering the proceeds from the equity offering and the sale of BPM in the amount of R$1.6 billion (to be received in 2Q12), net debt would fall 22% and 7% quarter-on-quarter and year-on-year, respectively, and the net debt/EBITDA ratio would decrease to 4.3x. The positive change of the free cash flow also drove the reduction of net debt (more information on page 13).

Due to the loss reported for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2011, in the amount of R$873 million, it was decided on the Annual General Meeting not to distribute dividends.

Pulp Market
World Printing & Writing (P&W) demand closed 1Q12 stable over the previous year. Growth has been concentrated in emerging markets like Asia, the key growth region with an increase of 2.5%. In the Tissue market, world demand in 2011 increased 3.3%, with growth projected at 2.6% for 2012, bringing total demand to a level of 30 million t.

Market pulp demand in 1Q12 remained consistent, growing 5.4% to the equivalent of 92% of installed capacity. Eucalyptus pulp demand saw the greatest increase among all market pulp types, up 11% or 260 thousand t. The Chinese appetite for BEKP seen at the close of 2011 was maintained in 1Q12. Asian demand increased 26% or 500 thousand t. The main driver of this volume growth was the rapid expansion of Chinese paper production, requiring a substantial volume of imported virgin pulp, as well as the growing Tissue market. On the supply side, in 1Q12 we saw scheduled maintenance downtimes and unscheduled downtimes such as the occurrence of a fire at a Chilean plant, production reduction in Brazil and wood supply issues in Indonesia.

As a result of balanced supply and demand throughout 1Q12, world producers inventories closed the period at 31 days of supply, compared to 34 days in December of 2011.

The maintenance downtimes in the pulp industry are expected to be long over the next months; in the second quarter, downtimes are expected to take approximately 450 thousand t of softwood pulp and 500 thousand t of hardwood pulp off the market. Despite world economic uncertainties, the expected growth in Chinese demand, together with the maintenance downtimes in the second quarter, make significant changes in the short-term supply and demand fundamentals not expected.

Production and Sales Pulp and Paper


Production ('000 t) Pulp Paper Sales Volume ('000 t) Domestic Market Pulp Export Market Pulp Total Pulp Domestic Market Paper Export Market Paper Total Paper Total sales 130 1,183 1,313 1,313 133 1,275 1,408 1,408 116 1,143 1,259 31 5 36 1,295 -2% -7% -7% -7% 12% 4% 4% 1% 522 4,673 5,195 57 7 64 5,259 1Q12 1,332 4Q11 1,299 1Q11 1,319 29 1Q12 vs. 4Q11 3% 1Q12 vs. 1Q11 1% Last 12 months 5,197 65

1Q12 Results
Fibrias pulp production reached 1,332 thousand t in 1Q12, compared to 1,299 thousand t in 4Q11 and 1,319 thousand t in 1Q11. The increased production shows the operating efficiency of the Units as, even with the scheduled maintenance downtime at the Veracel Unit, production increased over 4Q11 and 1Q11. Pulp inventories totaled 766 thousand t (52 days), up 3% over the 746 thousand t (50 days) in 4Q11 and down 4% over the 794 thousand t (52 days) in 1Q11.

Pulp sales totaled 1,313 thousand t in 1Q12, down 7% quarter-on-quarter due to seasonality in the period, but up 4% year-on-year due to increased sales to Asia. Exports represented 90% of the total pulp sales in the quarter. The sales mix saw highest demand in 1Q12 from Europe at 44%, followed by Asia at 28%, North America at 18% and Latin America at 10%.

Results Analysis
Net Revenues (R$ million) Domestic Market Pulp Export Market Pulp Total Pulp Domestic Market Paper Export Market Paper Total Paper Subtotal Pulp and Paper Portocel Total 1Q12 106 1,153 1,259 1,259 15 1,274 4Q11 123 1,257 1,380 1,380 19 1,399 1Q11 118 1,296 1,414 107 11 118 1,532 16 1,548 1Q12 vs. 4Q11 -14% -8% -9% -9% -20% -9% 1Q12 vs. 1Q11 -10% -11% -11% -18% -4% -18% Last 12 months 475 4,837 5,312 189 17 206 5,518 63 5,581

Fibrias net operating revenues totaled R$1,274 million in 4Q12, down 9% quarter-on-quarter and 18% year-on-year, mainly due to the absence of the revenues from paper business. Net revenue from pulp was R$1,259 million in 1Q12, down 9% as compared to 4Q11s R$1,380 million due to the reduced sales volume and the reduction of the average net price in reais, in turn due to the 2% depreciation of the average dollar. Year-on-year, the 11% decline in net revenue was due to the 15% lower average net pulp price in reais.

The cost of goods sold (COGS) of R$1,230 million was 8% less than in 4Q11, mainly as a result of the reduced sales volume and inventory turnover, which in turn was a result of the lower cash cost in 4Q11. Year-on-year, COGS remained stable mainly due to the absence of the paper sales volume. The cash cost of pulp production in 1Q12 was R$455/t, a 3% (R$12/t) increase compared to 4Q11, largely explained by the higher wood cost (increase of wood from third parties) as well as the scheduled maintenance downtime in Veracel Unit. The increase of wood from third parties was expected during the first quarter of the year and is in line with the annual planning of wood supply (1Q12: 8%, 4Q11: 5% e 1Q11: 8%, assuming the volume of wood from third parties delivered at the mill). Excluding the effects of the downtime, the cash cost was R$444/t, stable quarter-onquarter and year-on-year as a result of process optimization and reduced fixed cost. Year-on-year, process optimization and reduced chemical consumption, in part explained by the revitalization of the Aracruz Units A Plant, brought Fibrias cash cost down by R$2/t. It should be noted that in the last twelve months, inflation was 5.2% (IPCA Index). The table below shows the evolution of the cash cost of production and the explanations for the main variations in the quarter and year:

1Q12 Results
Pulp Cash Cost 4Q11 Wood (wood from third parties - from 5% to 8% - and transportation) Maintenance downtime at Veracel Unit Higher expenditure on chemicals and energy (price) Volume Lower fixed cost (payroll and third party services) 1Q12 R$/t 443 12 10 4

Pulp Cash Cost (R$/t)


(4) (10) 455
446 443 455

Pulp Cash Cost 1Q11 Maintenance downtime at Veracel Unit Higher expenditure on chemicals and energy Exchange rate Wood cost (transportation) Lower consumption of raw materials (Aracruz Line A revamp and operational optimization) Others 1Q12

R$/t 446 10 7 4 2 (11) (3) 455


446 443 444
1Q11 4Q11 1Q12

Pulp Cash Cost ExMaintenance Downtime (R$/t)

1Q11

4Q11

1Q12

Pulp Production Cash Cost 1Q11

Pulp Production Cash Cost 1Q12

Personnel 6% Maintenance 11% Other Variable 1% Packaging 1% Fuel 9%

Other Fixed 4%

Other Fixed Personnel 4% 6% Maintenance 12% Wood 46% Wood 45%

Packaging 1% Fuel 10%

Chemicals 22%

Chemicals 22%

Variable Costs

Fixed Costs

Sales expenses totaled R$70 million in 1Q12, down 22% quarter-on-quarter chiefly due to the constitution of a provision for doubtful accounts in the amount of R$15 million in the previous quarter and the reduced sales volume. Year-on-year, sales expenses increased 8% due to the increased sales volume and contractual price adjustments for port services. Administrative expenses totaled R$62 million, falling 24% quarter-on-quarter, mainly as a result of reduced expenditures with third party services. The year-on-year reduction of 17% was explained by increased expenses with payroll and indemnifications in that period, in addition to reduced expenditures with third party services. These reductions were the result of the retention of benefits from the organizational restructuring and processes already announced.

1Q12 Results
Other operating revenues (expenses) posted an expense of R$13 million in 1Q12, as compared to revenue of R$146 million in 4Q11. This decline was in large part the result of the R$140 million effect of the re-measurement of biological assets at their market value as per CPC 29 Biological Assets in the previous quarter. Year-on-year, this figure remained stable.
EBITDA (R$ million) and EBITDA margin (%)
39%
1.000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0

28%

30%

607 390 377

40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0%

1Q11(1)
(1)

4Q11

1Q12

Pro-forma EBITDA, which excludes Conpacel and KSR results for the 1Q11.

Adjusted EBITDA totaled R$377 million in 1Q12, down 3% over 4Q11, mainly the result of the reduction in the pulp sales volume and the 2% lower average net pulp price in reais, partially as a result of dollars 2% depreciation against the real. However, the increased EBITDA margin from 28% to 30% in the period as a result of the decline in cash COGS and reduced sales and administrative expenses should be noted. The year-on-year adjusted EBITDA decline was explained by the 15% drop in the average net pulp price in reais and the absence of the Piracicaba Unit, operation sold in September of 2011. The graph below shows the key variations in the quarter:
EBITDA 1Q12 x 4Q11 (R$ million)
137 390 527 74 (90) 20 20 21

(36) (159)

356

377

Ajusted EBITDA Non-recurring 4Q11 effects / noncash / CPC's

EBITDA 4Q11

Volume

Price (R$)

Cogs

Sales

G&A

Other operational expenses

EBITDA 1Q12

Non-recurring effects / noncash / CPC's

Adjusted EBITDA 1Q12

Financial Result
(R$ million) Financial Income (including hedge result) Interest on financial investments Hedging* Financial Expenses Interest - loans and financing (local currency) Interest - loans and financing (foreign currency) Monetary and Exchange Variations Foreign Exchange Variations - Debt Foreign Exchange Variations - Other Other Financial Income / Expenses Net Financial Result
*Marked to market (1Q12: -R$115 million ; 4Q11: -R$214 million) added to received and paid adjustments.

1Q12 150 43 107 (170) (50) (120) 238 270 (32) (26) 192

4Q11 147 49 98 (174) (48) (126) (95) (98) 3 (20) (142)

1Q11 113 45 68 (171) (46) (125) 150 181 (31) (81) 11

1Q12 vs. 4Q11 2% -11% 8% -2% 5% -5% 28% -

1Q12 vs. 1Q11 33% -4% 57% -1% 9% -4% 59% 50% 5% -69% -

1Q12 Results
Financial revenue from interest on marketable securities was R$43 million, down 11% and 4% quarter-on-quarter and year-on-year, respectively, due to reduced return (1Q12: CDI 9.5% p.a. | 4Q11: CDI 12.4% p.a. | 1Q11: CDI 11.4% p.a.) on a lesser average cash balance as compared to previous quarters. Hedge operations brought a positive R$107 million result, in large part due to mark-to-market variation in the period. Financial expenses with interest on loans and financing totaled R$170 million in 1Q12, down R$4 million quarter-onquarter mainly as a result of the average dollar's 2% depreciation against the real in the period. The 1% year-on-year decline was due to the effects of the liability management plan in which the company settled or prepaid operations with higher coupons. Financial revenue from foreign exchange variation on dollar denominated debt was R$270 million, varying R$368 million, due to the reals 3% appreciation against the dollar in the period, compared to a 1% appreciation of the dollar against the real in the previous quarter. Year-on-year, the variation was due to the dollars 2% depreciation against the real the period. Other financial revenue (expense) totaled an R$26 million expense, up R$6 million as compared to 4Q11, primarily due to the reduced estimate of Tax on Financial Operations (IOF) owed on hedge operations. The year-on-year decline was chiefly due to the restatement to present value of debt with former Aracruz shareholders carried out in that quarter. On March 31, 2012 the marked-to-market financial derivatives position was negative at R$115 million, as opposed to negative R$214 million on December 31, 2011, for a positive variation of R$99 million with a positive cash effect from maturing operations of R$8 million. Thus, the impact on financial income in the quarter was R$107 million. The table below shows the hedge positions at the end of 1Q12:

Swaps Receive Yen Fixed (1)* US Dollar Libor (2) Brazilian Real CDI (3) Brazilian Real TJLP (4) Brazilian Fixed (5) Receive Total (a) Pay US Dollar Fixed (1)* US Dollar Fixed (2) US Dollar Fixed (3) US Dollar Fixed (4) US Dollar Fixed (5) Pay Total (b) Net (a+b) Forward Contract Short USD Position NDF (Dlar) Forward Total (c) Option US Dollar Option Option Total (d) Net (a+b+c+d)

Maturity

Notional 1Q12 4Q11 4,755 $ 228 R$ 399 R$ 680 R$ 66 R$ R$ R$ R$ R$ R$ 1Q12

Fair Value 4Q11 120 372 521 588 63 1,664 R$ R$ R$ R$ R$ R$ 136 428 514 611 64 1,753

jan/14 jul/14 sep/18 jun/17 dec/17

4,755 $ 204 R$ 394 R$ 655 R$ 65

jan/14 jul/14 sep/18 jun/17 dec/17

$ $ $ $ $

45 204 230 402 41

$ $ $ $ $

45 228 234 416 42

R$ R$ R$ R$ R$ R$ R$

(100) (381) (505) (666) (70)

R$ R$ R$ R$ R$

(108) (439) (503) (703) (73) (1,826) (73)

(1,722) R$ (58) R$

up to 12M

772

922

R$ R$

(56) R$ (56) R$

(134) (134)

oct/12

151

162

R$ R$ R$

(1) R$ (1) R$ (115) R$

(7) (7) (214)

* Parity Japanese Yen x Brazilian Real 1Q12: 0.02211 4Q11: 0.02411

1Q12 Results
The derivative instruments used by the Company seek to transform debt in other currencies to debt in dollars, floatingrate debt into pre-fixed debt or protect exposure to a given currency or index. The financial instruments were contracted in accordance with the parameters in the Market Risk Management Policy and are conventional without leverage or stipulations for margin calls, duly registered with the Securities Clearinghouse (CETIP), and cash adjustments are only recognized upon the contracts maturity and amortizations.

Net Income
In 1Q12 Fibria posted loss of R$10 million, as compared to loss of R$358 million and profit of R$389 million in 4Q11 and 1Q11, respectively. Quarter-on-quarter, the reduced loss was primarily the result of a better financial result, in turn explained by the dollars 3% depreciation against the real as compared to appreciation of 1% in the previous quarter. The year-on-year variation was largely driven by the reduced net revenue as a result of the lower price and income in that quarter from discontinued operations. Analyzing income from a cash per share perspective, which excludes the effects of depreciation, depletion and monetary and foreign exchange variations, among others (more information on page 21), there was a reduction in cash earnings over 4Q11, mainly due to the decline in net revenue, partially, as a result of the lower average net pulp price in reais and the reduced sales volume. Year-on-year, the reduction was due to not only the decline in the price in reais, but also the absence of the Piracicaba Unit operation. Thus, cash earnings were R$0.8 per share, down 8% and 33% quarter-on-quarter and year-on-year, respectively. The graph below shows the main factors that influenced net income in 1Q12, starting with EBITDA in the period.

Net Income (R$ million)


107 270

(32)

43 (170) (26)

377

356
(21)

(458) (100)
Adjusted Ebitda Non-recurring ef f ects/noncash/CPC's Ebitda Exchange Variation on Debt Hedge Other Exchange Interest on loan Variation Income on f inancial instruments Other f inancial income / expenses Depreciation, Other (*) Depletion, Amortization Income tax expense

(10)
Net income 1Q12

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Debt
Unit Total Gross Debt Gross Debt in R$ Gross Debt in US$ Average maturity Short-term portion Total Cash Net Debt Net Debt/EBITDA (x) Pro-forma Total Cash(3) Pro-forma Net Debt(3) Pro-forma Net Debt/EBITDA (x)
(1) (2) (3)

1Q12 11,031 816 10,215 71 10% 2,066 8,965 5.2 3,631 7,400 4.3

4Q11 11,324 947 10,378 73 10% 1,846 9,478 4.8 1,846 9,478 4.8

1Q11 10,256 2,291 7,965 79 12% 2,297 7,959 2.9 2,297 7,959 2.9

1Q12 vs. 4Q11 -3% -14% -2% -2 -0 p.p. 12% -5% 0.4 97% -22% -0.5

1Q12 vs. 1Q11 8% -64% 28% -8 -2 p.p. -10% 13% 2.3 58% -7% 1.4

R$ million R$ million
(1)

R$ million months % R$ million R$ million x R$ million R$ million x

(2)

Includes BNDES index and other BRL Pre Fixed (BRL to USD) swaps contracts Includes the hedge fair value Includes the proceeds from the public offering (R$1.3 billion) and sale of BPM (R$225 million)

Gross debt on March 31, 2012 was R$11,031 million, 3% million less than in 4Q11, mainly due to the dollars 3% depreciation against the real and amortizations in the period. Year-on-year, gross debt was up R$775 million or 8% due to the dollars 12% appreciation against the real in the period, impacting the portion of gross debt in dollars. The graph below shows the debt-related transactions in the quarter:
Gross Debt - Dec/11 x Mar/12 (R$ million)
11,324 136 170 27 (356) (270)

11,031

Gross Debt Dec/11

Financing

Principal/Interest payments

Accrual of interest

Foreign Exchange Variation

Others

Gross Debt Mar/12

Of the total gross debt, 93% was dollar-denominated. The average cost of bank debt in domestic currency in 1Q12 was 9.0% p.a. and the cost in dollars was 5.5% p.a., both stable over 4Q11. The graphs below show Fibrias debt by instrument, index and currency:

By type

By index

By currency

6% 4% 16%

26%

3%

23% 7%

7%

67%
48%
Pre-Payment Bond BNDES NCE Others

93%
Others Libor TJLP Pre Fixed

Local Currency Foreign Currency

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The average maturity of total debt was 71 months in 1Q12, compared to 73 months in 4Q11, while short term debt was at 10% of the total, the same percentage as 4Q11. The graph below shows the amortization schedule of Fibrias total debt:

Amortization Schedule (R$ million)

7,219 608

6,612

1,056 368 688 2012 508 259 249 2013

919 404 515 2014


Foreign Currency

693 407 286 2015


Local Currency

636 252 384 2016


Srie3

2017 to 2021

Fibrias cash position on March 31, 2012 was R$2,066 million, including the positive R$115 million mark-to-market of hedge instruments, 74% of which were applied in public bonds and fixed income assets denominated in domestic currency. Net debt on March 31 was R$8,965 million. Considering proceeds from the equity offering and the sale of BPM in the total amount of R$1.6 billion, net debt would be R$7,400 million. The Companys pro-forma cash position was 3.3x its short term debt, reinforcing its capacity to fulfill its obligations for 2012. The graph below shows the evolution of the net debt/EBITDA indicator:
Net Debt(1) / EBITDA (x)
5.6 4.7 3.9 3.6 2.9 3.2 4.8 4.2 5.2 4.3

1Q10

2Q10

3Q10

4Q10

1Q11

2Q11

3Q11

4Q11

1Q12

(1) Includes the proceeds from the Equity Offering and the sale of BPM in the total amount of R$1.6 billion

CAPEX
(R$ million) Industrial Expansion Forest Expansion Subtotal Expansion Safety/Environment Forestry Renewal Maintenance, IT, R&D, Modernization Subtotal Maintenance 50% Veracel Total Capex Advance for wood purchase in partnership programs 1Q12 2 20 22 12 135 38 185 14 221 27 4Q11 1 26 27 22 158 57 237 25 289 51 1Q11 4 23 27 15 136 70 221 16 264 4 1Q12 vs. 4Q11 143% -23% -19% -45% -15% -33% -22% -44% -24% 1Q12 vs. 1Q11 -42% -13% -19% -18% -1% -45% -16% -14% -16% -

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Capital expenditures (CAPEX) in the quarter totaled R$221 million. CAPEX fell R$68 million or 24% as compared to 4Q11 due to reduced expenses with maintenance, mainly forest purchases and silviculture. The R$43 million or 16% year-on-year reduction is mainly due to expenses with modernizations in 1Q11, chiefly the revitalization of the Aracruz Units A Plant bleaching line. The reduction is in line with the 2012 budget and will not bring any impact on the operational activities.

Working Capital
The R$169 million increase in working capital in 1Q12, as compared to R$91 million in 4Q11 and negative R$69 million in 1Q11 was in large part explained by the decrease in accounts receivable as a result of credit granted and anticipated, depreciation of the dollar against the real and decrease in sales volume.

Free Cash Flow


(R$ million) EBITDA (-) Capex (-) Dividends (-) Interest (paid)/received (-) Income tax (+/-) Working Capital Free Cash Flow 1Q12 377 (221) (76) (2) 169 247 4Q11 390 (289) (171) (1) 91 20 1Q11 624 (264) 12 (0) (69) 303

Fibrias free cash flow in 1Q12 totaled R$247 million, compared to R$20 million in 4Q11. The positive variation was mainly due to the variation in working capital, as described above, reduced CAPEX and the lesser amount of interest maturing in this quarter. As compared to 1Q11, the decline was largely explained by the decreased EBTIDA in the period.

Capital Market
Equity:
Average Daily Traded Volume (million shares)
Daily average: 3.5 million shares

100 80 60 40 20 0 Jan-12

Average Daily Traded Volume (US$ million)


Daily average: US$ 30 million

12 10 8 6 4 2 0

Feb-12 BM&FBovespa

Mar-12 NYSE

Jan-12

Feb-12 BM&FBovespa

Mar-12 NYSE

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The average daily trading volume of Fibrias shares was approximately 3.5 million shares in line with the previous quarter. The average daily volume in 1Q12 was US$30 million, stable quarter-on-quarter, with US$15 million traded on the Bovespa and US$15 million on the NYSE. Fixed Income:
Bonds Yield vs. Treasury (%)
11 117.73 140 120 9
(%)

Bonds Price
120 109
(USD/k) 110

100 (USD/k) 80 60

6.54 6.50

40 20 0

100

103

5 Jan-12 Fibria 2021 Feb-12 Fibria 2020 Mar-12 US Treasury 10 years

90 Jan-12 Feb-12 Fibria 2021 Mar-12 Fibria 2020

Subsequent Events Equity Offering


On March 8, Fibria announced via a Material Fact the a 100% primary public offering of common shares Companyissued, even as American Depositary Shares represented by American Depositary Receipts for simultaneous placement in Brazil and abroad. The controlling shareholders of Fibria have agreed to purchase a total of 51,392,092 common shares in the Brazilian offering to maintain their aggregate ownership of approximately 59,8% of our common shares after the offering. On April 24, the pricing of the 86,000,000 shares issued was concluded and the unit price was fixed at R$15.83 per share, equal to US$8.43 per ADS. The settlement and receipt of proceeds was concluded on April 30 with the receipt of the proceeds net of expenses and commissions in the amount of R$1.34 billion.

The term to exercise options for supplementary shares issued by the Company has not yet expired. On May 24, 2012, the term will end for the exercise of these options, and May 29 is the deadline for settling the supplementary lot. All documentation relative to the offering can be found on Fibria's Investor Relations website (www.fibria.com.br/ir).

Annual General Meeting


The Annual General Meeting held on April 27 approved: (a) Financial Statements relative to the fiscal year ended December 31, 2011; (b) Allocation of income for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2011; (c) Resolution on the proposed capital budget for the 2012 fiscal year; (d) Ratification of the election of members to the Companys Board of Directors; (e) Election of members to the Companys Fiscal Council; (f) Establishment of the total annual compensation of the Management and the members of the Fiscal Council.

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General Meeting Participation Manual: In line with corporate governance best practices, in March Fibria published its General Meeting Participation Manual. To facilitate understanding and access to information on the matters to be discussed at the Annual General Meeting held on April 27, 2010, the manual compiled all information necessary for understanding the agenda and facilitating shareholder participation into a single document. For further information, please access: http://fibria.infoinvest.com.br/enu/4889/Fibria_ManualdeParticipaoemAssembleia_Ingls.pdf

Dividends
Due to the loss reported for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2011, in the amount of R$873 million, there was no proposal for distribution of dividends. This decision was resolved on the Annual General Meeting held on April 27, 2012.

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1Q12 Results
Appendix I Revenues x Volume X Price*
1Q12 x 4Q11 1Q12 Pulp Domestic Sales Foreign Sales Total 130,095 1,183,035 1,313,130 133,229 1,275,101 1,408,330 105,865 1,152,744 1,258,609 123,461 1,256,954 1,380,415 814 974 958 927 986 980 (2.4) (7.2) (6.8) (14.3) (8.3) (8.8) (12.2) (1.2) (2.2) Tonnes 4Q11 Net Revenue - R$ 000 1Q12 4Q11 Price - R$/Ton 1Q12 4Q11 Tonnes QoQ % Revenue Average Price

1Q12 x 1Q11 1Q12 Paper Domestic Sales Uncoated Coated Special/Other Total Foreign sales Uncoated Coated Special/Other Total Total Paper Pulp Domestic Sales Foreign sales Total Total Domestic sales Total Foreign sales Total

Tonnes 1Q11

Net Revenue - R$ 000 1Q12 1Q11

Price - R$/Ton 1Q12 1Q11 Tonnes

QoQ % Revenue Average Price

5,932 9,083 15,426 30,441

13,035 22,284 71,866 107,185

2,197 2,453 4,659 3,521

3,204 2,229 5,433 35,874

5,367 5,557 10,924 118,109

1,675 2,493 2,011 3,292

130,095 1,183,035 1,313,130 130,095 1,183,035 1,313,130

116,220 1,142,998 1,259,218 146,661 1,148,431 1,295,092

105,865 1,152,744 1,258,609 105,865 1,152,744 1,258,609

117,432 1,296,331 1,413,763 224,617 1,307,255 1,531,872

814 974 958 814 974 958

1,010 1,134 1,123 1,532 1,138 1,183

11.9 3.5 4.3 (11.3) 3.0 1.4

(9.8) (11.1) (11.0) (52.9) (11.8) (17.8)

(19.5) (14.1) (14.6) (46.9) (14.4) (19.0)

*Does not include Portocel

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Appendix II Income Statement
Income Statement - Consolidated - Quarters results 1Q12 R$ Millions Net Revenue Domestic Sales Foreign Sales Custo Produtos Vendidos Custos relacionados produo Provises para perdas sobre crditos de ICMS Operating Profit Selling and marketing General and administrative Financial Result Equity Other operating (expenses) income Operating Income Current Income taxes expenses Deffered Income taxes expenses Discontinued operations Net income (loss) from discontinued operations Financial Result Income tax/Social contribution Net Income (Loss) Net Income (Loss) attributable to controlling equity interest Net Income (Loss) attributable to non-controlling equity interest Depreciation, amortization and depletion EBITDA Fair Value of Biological Assets Fixed Assets disposals Accruals for losses on ICMS credits Assets Disposals Result EBITDA adjusted (*) Profit from discontinued operations EBITDA Pro forma 377 30% 390 28% 377 3 18 (10) (11) 1 458 356 -1% -1% 0% 36% 28% 0% 0% 1% 0% 30% 390 (358) (360) 2 494 527 (140) (12) 16 -1% 1% 0% 28% -26% -26% 0% 35% 38% 365 (124) 389 387 2 436 968 (8) 21 (357) 624 (17) 607 39% 0% -1% 1% -23% 39% -3% -39% -126% 15% -141% -14% 25% 25% 0% 28% -97% -97% -61% -7% -32% -103% -103% -60% 5% -63% R$ 1,274 121 1,153 (1,230) (1,212) (18) 44 (70) (62) 192 (0) (13) 90 (3) (97) AV% 100% 10% 90% -97% -95% -1% 3% -6% -5% 15% 0% -1% 7% 0% -8% R$ 1,399 142 1,257 (1,340) (1,325) (16) 58 (90) (82) (142) 0 146 (110) (6) (242) 4Q11 AV% 100% 10% 90% -96% -95% -1% 4% -6% -6% -10% 0% 10% -8% 0% -17% R$ 1,548 238 1,310 (1,227) (1,206) (21) 321 (65) (75) 11 (0) (13) 179 3 (35) 1Q11 AV% 100% 15% 85% -79% -78% -1% 21% -4% -5% 1% 0% -1% 12% 0% -2% QoQ % 1Q12/4Q11 -9% -15% -8% -8% -9% 15% -25% -22% -24% -235% 0% -109% -183% -45% 1Q12/1Q11 -18% -49% -12% 0% 0% -14% -86% 8% -17% 1584% -75% -1% -49% -203%

(*) EBITDA margin calculated based on revenue for the quarter with Conpacel and KSR (1Q11: R$ 1.613 millions)

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Appendix III Balance Sheet
BALANCE SHEET (R$ millions) ASSETS CURRENT Cash and cash equivalents Securities Derivative instruments Trade accounts receivable, net Inventories Recoverable taxes Assets avaiable for sale Others NON CURRENT Derivative instruments Deferred income taxes Recoverable taxes Fostered advance Others MAR/ 12 5,294 622 1,559 17 609 1,217 361 825 84 2,610 38 910 644 767 250 DEC/ 11 5,296 382 1,678 32 945 1,179 328 644 108 2,711 43 992 677 761 238 80 2,756 80 1,199 535 685 256 MAR/ 11 4,863 750 1,395 88 1,030 1,165 355 LIABILITIES CURRENT Short-term debt Derivative Instruments Trade Accounts Payable Payroll and related charges Tax Liability Dividends and Interest attributable to capital payable Stock acquisition payable Others NON CURRENT Long-term debt Accrued liabilities for legal proceedings Deferred income taxes , net Tax Liability Derivative instruments Others Investments Property, plant & equipment , net Biological assets Intangible assets 11,641 3,085 4,788 8 11,841 3,264 4,809 8 12,823 3,497 4,883 SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY - Controlling interest Issued Share Capital Capital Reserve Revaluation Reserve Statutory Reserve Equity valuation adjustment Treasury stock Non controlling interest TOTAL SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY TOTAL ASSETS 27,418 27,929 28,830 TOTAL LIABILITIES 4,509 1,619 (10) 30 14,530 27,418 MAR/ 12 1,768 1,057 90 349 93 33 2 145 11,120 9,975 79 753 77 81 155 14,500 8,379 3 DEC/ 11 1,961 1,092 164 374 134 53 2 142 11,428 10,232 102 740 77 125 153 14,511 8,379 3 4,520 1,619 (10) 29 14,540 27,929 MAR/ 11 2,344 645 13 387 81 132 266 605 215 10,693 9,006 272 1,174 76 4 160 15,769 8,379 3 9 5,769 1,619 (10) 25 15,793 28,830

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Appendix IV Cash Flow
CASH FLOW STATEMENT (R$ MILLION) 1Q12 NET INCOME (LOSS) BEFORE INCOME TAXES Adjustments to reconcile net income to cash provided by operating activities : (+) Depreciation, depletion and amortization (+) Foreign exchange and unrealized (gains) losses, net (+) Fair value of financial instruments (+) Fair value of biological assets (+) Gain (loss) on disposal of Property, Plant and Equipment (+) Equity (+) Accrued liabilities for legal proceedings and others (+) Gain (loss) on disposal of Investment (+) Interest on loan accrual (+) Interest on Securities (+) Debt present value adjustment - shares acquisition Changes in operating assets: Trade accounts receivable Inventories Recoverable taxes Advance to suppliers and others Changes in operating liabilities: Trade Accounts Payable Taxes on income and other taxes Payroll, profit sharing and related charges Others Net cash provided by operating activities Interest received from securities Interest paid on loans Taxes on income and other taxes paid CASH FLOW FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES Investment activities Acquisition of an interest in an affiliate net of cash acquired - Final payment/Settlement Property, Plant and Equipment Acquisition Advance - Forestry Partnership Program Securities Revenues on Property, Plant and Equipment Sales Settlement of financial instruments Revenue on disposal of investments Others CASH FLOW FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES Financing activities Loans Borrowings Borrowings payment - Principal Settled Dividends Others CASH FLOW FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES Exchange variation effect on cash and cash equivalents Net increase (decrease) in cash and cash equivalents Cash and cash equivalent at beginning of period Cash and cash equivalent at end of period 3 (103) (11) 240 382 622 (78) 3 63 319 382 136 (243) 156 (234) 3 (833) (25) 319 431 750 1,636 (2,471) (3) (115) (221) (27) 123 4 8 (289) (51) 127 42 (20) 1 (190) 649 (856) (264) (4) 193 22 49 1,509 37 (113) (2) 468 28 (198) (1) 328 99 (87) (0) 530 (26) (22) (41) 4 18 (14) (8) (2) (7) 3 (41) 19 309 (33) (40) 18 40 78 (56) 36 71 (107) (43) 35 169 (41) 174 (49) 42 458 (240) (107) 3 494 95 (98) (140) (16) 58 436 (150) (68) 1 0 36 (357) 171 (45) 20 91 4Q11 (110) 1Q11 544

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Appendix V Economic and Operating Data
Exchange Rate (R$/US$) Closing Average 1Q12 1.8221 1.7672 4Q11 1.8758 1.7980 3Q11 1.8544 1.6339 2Q11 1.5611 1.5954 1Q11 1.6287 1.6674 4Q10 1.6662 1.6972 1Q12 vs. 4Q11 -2.9% -1.7% 1Q12 vs. 1Q11 11.9% 6.0% 4Q11 vs. 3Q11 1.2% 10.0% 2Q11 vs. 1Q11 -4.2% -4.3% 1Q11 vs. 4Q10 -2.3% -1.8%

Pulp sales distribution, by region Europe North America Asia Brazil / Others

1Q12 44% 18% 28% 10%

4Q11 35% 24% 31% 10%

1Q11 46% 20% 25% 9%

1Q12 vs. 4Q11 9 p.p. -6 p.p. -3 p.p. 0 p.p.

1Q12 vs. 1Q11 -2 p.p. -2 p.p. 3 p.p. 1 p.p.

Last 12 months 41% 25% 24% 10%

Pulp list price per region (US$/t) North America Europe Asia

mar/12 820 760 640

fev/12 770 730 605

jan/12 770 730 595

dez/11 750 730 580

nov/11 750 720 600

out/11 760 730 600

set/11 900 820 730

ago/11 900 820 730

jul/11 900 850 730

jun/11 930 880 780

mai/11 930 880 780

abr/11 930 880 780

Financial Indicators Net Debt / Adjusted EBITDA (LTM*) Total Debt / Total Capital (gross debt + net equity) Cash + EBITDA (LTM*) / Short-term Debt Net debt / Pro-forma EBITDA LTM**
*LTM: Last twelve months

1Q12 5.2 0.4 3.6 4.2

4Q11 4.8 0.4 3.6 4.8

3Q11 4.2 0.4 3.6 4.2

1Q11 2.9 0.4 4.0 2.9

4Q10 3.6 0.4 2.4 3.6

3Q10 3.9 0.4 2.0 3.9

** Pro-forma including the proceeds from the equity emission (R$ 1.3 billion) and the sale of BPM (R$225 million)

Reconciliation - net income to cash earnings (R$ million) Net Income (Loss) before income taxes (+) Depreciation, depletion and amortization (+) Wood depletion from forested operations (+) Foreign exchange and unrealized (gains) losses, net (+) Fair value of financial instruments (+) Gain on disposal of investments (+) Fair value of biological assets (+) Gain (loss) on disposal of Investment (+) Debt present value adjustment - shares acquisition (+) Accrued liabilities for legal proceedings and others (+) Interest on loan accrual (+) Interest on SecuritiesNet Cash earnings (R$ million) Outstanding shares (million) Cash earnings per share (R$)

1Q12 91 458 (240) (107) 3 42 169 (41) 375 468 0.8

4Q11 (110) 494 7 95 (98) (140) (16) 51 174 (49) 408 468 0.9

1Q11 544 436 (150) (68) (357) 1 20 21 171 (45) 572 468 1.2

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