(Adds details) By Ikuko Kao TOKYO, March 30 (Reuters) - Japan's oil demand will fall 2.9 percent in the year starting April and decline steadily over the next five years as the power sector turns to cleaner and more efficient fuels, the government said on Thursday. Japan's gradual economic recovery is unlikely to reverse last decade's trend of falling oil demand in the world's third-largest consumer, a committee under the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said in its five-year ...
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