TOKYO, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Japan's output of rolled copper product jumped 55.2 percent in January from a year earlier, industry data showed on Wednesday, largely due to last year's plunge amid the global recession. Demand has recovered somewhat after plunging from late 2008 amid the global economic crisis, but deepening deflationary pressure and sluggish demand from the construction sector, a major consumer of the metal, have kept the outlook uncertain. Rolled copper product output rose ...
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