(recasts with housing starts, car exports) By Jason Szep TOKYO, June 28 (Reuters) - Japan's industrial output rose for a fourth straight month in May as exports surged, but households spent less, deflation worsened and unemployment rose, suggesting Japan's economic recovery will be hard to sustain. Production climbed 3.9 percent from April, stronger than the 2.9 percent increase most economists had expected and the biggest rise since the data series began in 1993, figures from the ...
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