* March output falls 15.3 pct vs forecast -11.0 pct * Manufacturers expect output to rise in April, May * March household spending posts record annual fall (Adds details) By Rie Ishiguro TOKYO, April 28 (Reuters) - Japanese factory output fell at a record pace in March but manufacturers expect production to rise in coming months, a sign that output could bounce back earlier than expected as companies mend supply chains and secure parts needed for their goods after last month's ...
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