Japan 2009/10 aluminium shipments seen -11 pct


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, an industry body said on Friday. The Japan Aluminium Association also said aluminium product shipments in February fell 38.7 percent from a year earlier to 112,991 tonnes. Demand for the metal, used in packaging and transport, has plunged as the economic crisis causes consumption to shrink forcing manufacturers, notably ...

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