TOKYO, March 27 (Reuters) - Japan's shipments of aluminium products in the year starting on April 1 are expected to fall 11.1 percent from this financial year to a 23-year low, as demand for the metal has plunged in the wake of the economic crisis. The Japan Aluminium Association said aluminium product shipments in fiscal 2009/10 are expected to be 1,800,100 tonnes, compared with an estimated 2,025,480 tonnes for the current year. The following is a breakdown of aluminium mill product ...
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