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Mourinho sets date for return to game
Jose Mourinho revealed he hopes to return to management in July.
Afghanistan to postpone presidential election to July
The Independent Election Commission of Afghanistan says the presidential election will be postponed to July 20 to give authorities more time for making preparations.
UK car manufacturing tumbles in July
The number of cars manufactured in the UK fell 11 percent last month, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) said.
German inflation rate falls slightly to 2% in July
The inflation rate in Germany fell again slightly in July, official figures published by the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) showed.
Turkey inflation surges to nearly 16% in July
Inflation in Turkey rose again in July to nearly 16 percent, official statistics showed, increasing pressure on the central bank to hike interest rates.
Italy industrial production rises 4.4% in July
Italian industrial production rose by 4.4 percent year on year in July from a year ago, national statistics agency ISTAT reported.
UK manufacturing output picks up in July
The UK's manufacturing output grew at the fastest pace this year in July, according to official figures.
China July industrial profits rise at slowest pace in three months
Earnings growth for China's industrial firms cooled in July after accelerating for three straight months, reinforcing expectations the economy will slow over coming quarters as higher lending costs and property market curbs bite.
France sees more new car sales in July
France sold more new cars in July than June as the improved economic situation incited local consumers to buy new vehicles, the French Automobile Manufacturers Committee (CCFA) said.
Dubai aims to launch hover-taxi by July
Dubai has tested a Chinese prototype of a self-driving hover-taxi, its transport authority said, with the aim of introducing the aerial vehicle in the emirate by July.
August equals July as hottest month in modern times
August equaled July as the hottest month in modern times, the UN's weather agency said, warning that extraordinary temperatures were set to become the new norm.
UK trade deficit shrinks in July
The UK trade deficit, which reflects the difference between imports and exports, shrank to £4.5 billion in July from £5.6 billion the previous month, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said.
China manufacturing contracts in July
China's manufacturing shrank in July, the government said on Monday, blaming the deterioration on rainstorms that wreaked havoc across large swathes of the country.
Japan factory output turns down in July
Japan's factory output contracted a worse-than-expected 0.6 percent on-month in July, official data showed on Monday, owing to lacklustre demand at home and as a slowdown in China weighs on exports.

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