TOKYO, June 24 (Reuters) - Japan's commodities imports fell across the board in May, with steel imports extending their year-on-year slide into a seventh month, government data showed on Wednesday. Monthly figures released by the Ministry of Finance showed Japan's steel imports fell 61.2 percent in May from a year earlier, only slightly trimming declines after falling 64.0 percent year-on-year in April. The Japan Iron and Steel Federation said last week Japan's crude steel output in May ...
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