TOKYO, June 28 (Reuters) - Japan released a slew of economic data on Friday suggesting the economy's recovery in the first quarter of 2002 may be hard to sustain. Following is a summary: INDUSTRIAL OUTPUT Industrial output climbed for a fourth straight month, rising 3.9 percent from April. It was the biggest increase since the data series began in 1993. The median of a Reuters poll showed economists had expected a rise of 2.9 percent. "Production is still the main driving force for the ...
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