By Peter Murphy SAO PAULO, March 30 (Reuters) - Brazil's copper product manufacturers say they to have escaped closures due to the global economic crisis and see only a small decline in output in 2009, which will help shore up demand for the metal in Latin America's largest economy. Manufactures' focus on the domestic market may prove a blessing, the head of Brazil's main copper industry association told Reuters from his office in Brazil ahead of the annual CESCO week and CRU copper ...
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