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MNI BRIEF: Japan's Sep Output Drops First Time in Four Months

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Japan's industrial output fell 1.6% m/m in September for the first m/m drop in four months, preliminary data released Monday by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry showed.

The fall followed a 3.4% rise the previous month and was driven by weaker production of motor vehicles, inorganic and organic chemicals, and production machinery .

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Japan's industrial output fell 1.6% m/m in September for the first m/m drop in four months, preliminary data released Monday by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry showed.

The fall followed a 3.4% rise the previous month and was driven by weaker production of motor vehicles, inorganic and organic chemicals, and production machinery .

Keep reading...Show less