* Aluminium product demand seen down in new business year * Steel demand expected to show recovery in Q2 * Analysts say too early to talk of a recovery By Miho Yoshikawa and Yuko Inoue TOKYO, March 27 (Reuters) - Japan expects demand for aluminium products, used in packaging and transport, to tumble to its lowest in 23 years in the next business year, as manufacturers continue to struggle to reduce swollen stocks. Demand for key industrial metals has plunged sharply since last ...
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