* Japan output slump reflects weakness in overseas demand * Manufacturer forecasts show production may have hit bottom * Government to unveil new stimulus before G20 summit By Leika Kihara TOKYO, March 30 (Reuters) - Japanese industrial output slid for the fifth month in a row in February as weak exports weighed on an economy mired in its worst recession since World War Two, but there were tentative signs of recovery. Manufacturers said they expect output to rise in March and April ...
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