WASHINGTON — U.S. import prices fell by 0.2% in June, though energy prices rebounded after sharp drops in April and May, leaving the non-energy components down again, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Thursday.

Fuel prices rose by 0.1%, with petroleum import prices up 0.2%, but natural gas prices down 1.2% after increases in the previous two months.

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