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6 Jun 2013 By Robert Cole

Tokyo’s stock market has had a rough few weeks. The Nikkei 225 index is down 17 percent since May 22 after rising 80 percent in six months. Much depends on the success of Abenomics. But valuation benchmarks suggest Japanese shares are pausing for breath, not running out of steam.

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