(Updates with highest exports in 30 years) By Ikuko Kao TOKYO, Aug 31 (Reuters) - Japanese oil demand contracted in July versus last year as cooler weather dampened power and auto fuel use, allowing refiners to lift oil product exports to the highest in 30 years, the government said on Wednesday. Wholesale oil product sales fell 3.5 percent to 18.47 million kl (3.75 million bpd) in July from a year ago, led by a 9.5 percent decline in fuel oil sales and a 4.5 percent drop in gasoline, ...
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