(Adds stocks, comments) By Taiga Uranaka TOKYO, March 25 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei average rose 2.1 percent on Tuesday as Canon Inc and other exporters climbed with the yen trading well off a near 13-year high posted last week against the dollar, easing some concerns about the outlook for exporters' earnings. Sharp gains in other Asian markets also gave a boost to the Tokyo bourse, where investors continued to pick up recently battered shares. Nippon Electric Glass Co Ltd jumped ...
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