* Yen hits 9-month low vs dollar * Boosts exporters, takes pressure off PM Noda * Threat of derailing recovery with higher fuel bills By Antoni Slodkowski and Leika Kihara TOKYO, Feb 27 (Reuters) - The yen's sharp fall from record highs is taking some pressure off Japanese exporters and the unpopular government, but any further weakening could threaten the country's sputtering recovery by swelling its fuel import bill. A record trade deficit and surprise policy easing by the Bank of Japan ...
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