Japan’s industrial production fell a seasonally adjusted 0.8 percent in June from the previous month, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said Tuesday, revising the figure downward from an initially reported 0.7 percent fall.

The index of output at mines and factories stood at 97.7, against the 1995 base of 100, its lowest since April 1999’s 96.1 reading.

METI also revised the index on shipment data downward to a 0.1 percent fall from the initially reported 0.1 percent gain, with the index revised to 100.6 from 100.8.

The index of inventories was unchanged from the initial data, which showed the index falling 0.6 percent to 100.5.

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