* Japan calls for calm over fears radiation has tainted exports * France's Sarkozy to be first leader to visit since disaster * Decades may be needed to scrap damaged nuclear plant * Thousands struggle to rebuild their lives By Shinichi Saoshiro and Risa Maeda TOKYO, March 31 (Reuters) - Japan called on the world not to impose "unjustifiable" import curbs on its goods as French President Nicolas Sarkozy was due to arrive on Thursday, the first leader to visit since an earthquake ...
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