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Tokyo's Nikkei share average opens down 1.38 pct
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's benchmark Nikkei average opened down 1.38 percent at 11,105.24 on Tuesday, while the broader Topix shed 1.17 percent to 944.58.
(Reporting by Tokyo markets team)
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