* Fourth month of nearly 10 percent fall * Demand from chip and electronics makers weak * Carmakers' appetite grows (Adds data) TOKYO, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Japan's rolled copper output fell 9.5 percent in January from a year earlier to a seasonally adjusted 63,637 tonnes, hit by sluggish demand from chip and electronics sectors, an industry body said on Friday. It was the fourth straight month that output has plunged about 10 percent from a year earlier. The January figure, however, was up ...
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