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Japanese investors turn to value stocks

TOKYO -- Japan's stock market seems to be back on the recovery path, although some growth stocks, especially the biotechnology companies that drove the stock market surge last year, remain in correction mode.

     On the contrary, value stocks, shares that tend to trade at lower prices relative to their fundamentals are supporting the Nikkei average. Value stocks are thus considered undervalued by investors.

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