TOKYO, May 22 (Reuters) - Japanese copper wire and cable shipments fell 4.8 percent in April from a year earlier to 70,500 tonnes on a preliminary basis, data from the Japanese Electric Wire and Cable Makers' Association showed on Thursday. The steepest declines continued to be seen in the construction sector, where consumption has been falling since tighter building rules were introduced in June last year in the wake of an engineering data scandal. The cable makers' association members ...
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