* First fall in 15 months * Demand for chips, electronics like TV weak -official * Output hits bottom, gradual recovery seen -official (Adds industry official comment, graphic) TOKYO, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Japan's output of rolled copper product declined for the first time in 15 months in January from a year earlier, hit by a weak demand from electronics makers, but is likely to make a gradual recovery. Output fell 1.3 percent to 70,339 tonnes on a seasonally adjusted basis although it ...
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