TOKYO, April 30 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei average is set to climb on Friday as signs that a bailout for Greece could come soon helped ease fears about a wider sovereign debt crisis, boosting shares on Wall Street. Exporters such as Canon Inc are likely to benefit as growing hopes for a rescue package for Greece allay concerns that the euro zone's debt problems will slow down the European economy. "The stock market is likely to recoup the sharp losses made on Wednesday as a bailout for ...
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