TOKYO, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei average is set to fall further on Wednesday after tumbling nearly 2 percent the day before as investors pull out from riskier assets, with turmoil in Libya driving crude oil prices to 30-month highs and sparking worry of slower global growth. Exporters' shares are also expected to take a hit as fears that the crisis could escalate in other Middle Eastern and African countries stoked safe-haven demand for the yen, pushing it to two-week highs against ...
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