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Japan, the world’s largest consumer of oil after the U.S. and China, said crude imports plunged for a ninth consecutive month in June, as Nippon Oil Corp. and other refiners continued to cut output on weak demand.

Crude oil imports fell by 8.3 percent to 15.4 million kiloliters last month, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said in a report released Friday.

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