UPDATE 1-Japan crude imports from Iran fall 51 pct in May on yr


(Adds details) TOKYO, June 29 (Reuters) - Japan's crude oil imports from Iran in May fell 51.1 percent from a year earlier to 128,269 barrels per day, data from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) showed on Friday. The figure differs from an annual fall of 46.5 percent in May imports from Iran reported by Japan's Ministry of Finance on Thursday, but the oil industry considers METI figures the benchmark as they track the actual import status of oil tankers. Japan, China, South ...

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