* Japanese refiners cut crude runs on weak demand * Japan's top energy forecaster sees sales down in 2009 * Drop in industrial output key to energy demand fall By James Topham and Osamu Tsukimori TOKYO, Dec 24 (Reuters) - Japan's deepening recession will bite energy demand through next year as three refiners will cut crude runs to kick off the New Year and the nation's top energy forecaster projected a sustained drop in domestic oil sales. An ageing population and shift by ...
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