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Nikkei falls 2.17% following concerns over Evergrande crisis

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Tokyo, Sep 21 (EFE/EPA).- Tokyo stocks tumbled Tuesday more than 600 points, sinking under the 30,000 level in the early trading after the Wall Street fell 614 points on concerns over the Chinese real-estate developer Evergrande financial crisis. (Camera: KIMIMASA MAYAMA). SHOT LIST: PEDESTRIANS WALK PAST A DISPLAY SHOWING TOKYO'S NIKKEI STOCK AVERAGE AFTER A MORNING TRADE SESSION AT A SECURITIES OFFICE IN TOKYO, JAPAN.

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