What are some arguments for cutting down the rainforest?



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    There are predominantly economic reasons for cutting down the rainforest. One of the primary reasons for the rampant practice of cutting down trees is for the acquisition of wood. Wood is a valuable reason used for building and construction purposes. The abundance of wood in the rainforest appeals to countries such as Brazil that can profit substantially from the cutting and sale of rainforest lumber. 

    Additionally, much of the rainforest land is cleared to make way for cattle ranching or to access valuable minerals or coal. 

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