Japan's Nikkei retreats on soft U.S. manufacturing data
* Nikkei falls 0.3 pct, Topix ends flat * Sharp gains on report of tie-up with U.S. Qualcomm By Dominic Lau TOKYO, Dec 4 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei average dipped on Tuesday, retreating from a seven-month closing high hit in the previous session, as weak U.S. manufacturing data triggered profit-taking on exporters, which have lately enjoyed a sharp bounce on a softer yen. Calls by Shinzo Abe, leader of the main opposition party Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), for the Bank of Jap
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