* Jan marks third-consecutive yr-on-yr gain * Overall demand, including autos, remains weak-official * Jan estimate almost flat from Dec revised data (Recasts, adds details, background) TOKYO, Feb 21 (Reuters) - Japanese copper wire and cable shipments rose 4.9 percent from a year earlier led by a 53 percent jump in exports, but domestic demand, including from the auto sector, remained weak, an industry body said on Monday. January shipments are estimated at 56,600 tonnes, slightly ...
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