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Eating out scheme pushes down UK August inflation
The UK's inflation rate fell sharply to 0.2 percent in August as the effect of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme pushed down restaurant prices, figures show.
IME monthly trade tops $5.36b in August
Iran Mercantile Exchange (IME) announced on Tuesday that 2.78 million tons of commodities, valued at over $5.36 billion, were traded in its domestic trading and export halls during August.
Turkey-Russia-Iran summit on Syria to be held in August
Turkey will host a trilateral summit with the participation of Russia and Iran in August to discuss situation in Syria, Turkey’s presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin said.
South Korea's childbirths continue to decline in August
The number of newborns in South Korea fell again in August, government data showed Wednesday, in the latest sign of the chronically low birthrate that has plagued Asia's fourth-largest economy for more than a decade.
South Korea's money supply keeps rising in Aug.
The money supply in South Korea continued to rise in August on a steady hike in corporate lending, central bank data showed on Wednesday.
Mexico's inflation rate hits 4.9% in August
Mexico's year-on-year inflation increased to 4.9 percent in August, its highest level in five months due to gas and agribusiness, the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI) said.
India manufacturing growth eases in August on softer domestic demand
Growth in India's manufacturing sector unexpectedly slowed in August as domestic demand softened, a private business survey showed on Monday.
Early indicators show China's economy weakening again in August
The earliest indicators for China’s economy show that the pace of expansion slowed for a fourth month in August, highlighting the pressure for the government to push through pro-growth policies.
BoK expected to hold key rate unchanged for August: Moody's
The Bank of Korea (BoK) will likely maintain its policy rate at the current 1.5 percent next week as Asia's fourth-largest economy is struggling with sluggish employment and global trade disputes, a market watcher said.
ICJ to hear Iran’s lawsuit against US in August
The UN’s top court said Thursday it will hold hearings next month in a battle between Iran and the United States, after President Donald Trump reimposed sanctions on the Islamic Republic.
Caspian leaders to meet in Kazakhstan in August
The next summit of the five Caspian Sea littoral states will be held in the Kazakh city of Aktau on August 12.
Iran, Iraq U-20 futsal teams to play scrimmage in late August
The head of futsal technical committee at the Football Federation of the Islamic Republic of Iran (FFIRI) says the Iran men’s under-20 national futsal team is scheduled to play a friendly fixture against Iraq late next month.
France narrows August budget deficit
France's budget deficit was down by 3.1 percent to €93 billion ($109.06 billion) at the end of August compared with the same month a year earlier on soaring tax receipts, the country's budget ministry said.
China's industrial profits  jump most in four years
Profits at China's industrial companies rose the most in four years in August as commodities prices surged, thanks to a government-backed construction boom that is helping Beijing trim high levels of corporate debt without tripping up the economy.

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