* November shipments 3rd-lowest in 35 yrs * Rise 3.5 pct from October (Recasts, adds background, graphic) TOKYO, Dec 21 (Reuters) - Japan's copper wire and cable shipments in November recovered from a year ago, but the market overall is weak due to a decline in demand from car parts makers and the communications sector, an industry official said. November shipments increased 3.8 percent from a year earlier to an estimated 61,000 tonnes. But it was the third-lowest shipment figure for ...
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