Nikkei falls to 3-week low hit by worries about China; tech shares sold

TOKYO, Oct 9 (Reuters) – Japan’s Nikkei fell to a three-week low on Tuesday morning after shares of firms with big exposure to China languished on worries about its economy while chip equipment makers …
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