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Political fallout from security laws seen as threat to Abenomics

Tokyo financial markets are also rocked by prospect of Greek debt default and exit from eurozone

The Nikkei-225 stock fell 2.1 per cent; some dealers said that they expected the Nikkei to fall below the 20,000 mark by the end of this week.


FEARS that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's government could become involved in a major political crisis over controversial proposals for new security legislation helped unnerve Tokyo financial markets already rocked on Monday by the prospect of a Greek debt default and exit

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