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Main events scheduled for July

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06/25/2016 | 10:43am CEST

Main events in Japan scheduled for July:

In July

-- World's fastest elevator developed by Mitsubishi Electric to be installed at Shanghai Tower.

In early July

-- Mitsubishi Motors to resume production and sales of minivehicles at Mizushima plant for 1st time since revelation of fuel economy data falsification.

In late July

-- Japanese candidates for World Heritage List to be chosen.

July 1 (FRI)

-- Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare to release ratio of job offers to job seekers for May.

-- Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications to release nationwide consumer price index for May.

-- Bank of Japan to release June Tankan business sentiment survey.

-- Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications to release unemployment rate for May.

-- Japan Automobile Dealers Association to release new vehicle sales figures for June.

-- Kochi District Court to hold 1st hearing in 1954 U.S. hydrogen bomb test case.

July 2 (SAT)

-- No major events.

July 3 (SUN)

-- No major events.

July 4 (MON)

-- No major events.

July 5 (TUE)

-- No major events.

July 6 (WED)

-- Japan Automobile Dealers Association to release new vehicle sales figures for June on car-model basis.

July 7 (THURS)

Soyuz spacecraft carrying Japanese astronaut Takuya Onishi and 2 colleagues to be launched from Kazakhstan.

July 8 (FRI)

-- No major events.

July 9 (SAT)

-- No major events.

July 10 (SUN)

-- House of Councillors election to be held.

July 11 (MON)

-- Tokyo High Court to have 1st hearing on former AUM Shinrikyo member Katsuya Takahashi over his appeal against life sentence for 1995 sarin gas attack involvement.

-- Tokyo District Court to have 1st hearing on former Giants pitcher Shoki Kasahara over alleged gambling on baseball games.

July 12 (TUE)

-- No major events.

July 13 (WED)

-- Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry to release revised industrial production index for May.

July 14 (THURS)

Official campaigning period begins for Tokyo gubernatorial election.

July 15 (FRI)

Nagoya District Court to hand down ruling on Keiji Hayashi, charged with murdering a woman in 2011 and causing his girlfriend's death in 2009.

July 16 (SAT)

Niigata Prefecture to mark 9th anniversary of major earthquake that claimed 15 lives and injured more than 2,000.

July 17 (SUN)

-- No major events.

July 18 (MON)

-- No major events.

July 19 (TUE)

Akutagawa and Naoki literature prize winners to be selected.

July 20 (WED)

Japan National Tourism Organization to release number of foreign visitors arriving in Japan in June.

Maebashi District Court to hand down ruling on Kazuya Tsuchiya, charged with murdering 2 senior citizens and causing serious injury to another.

July 21 (THURS)

15th anniversary of fatal stampede on bridge in Akashi, Hyogo Prefecture that left 11 dead, 247 injured.

July 22 (FRI)

-- No major events.

July 23 (SAT)

-- Japan, Philippines to mark 60th anniversary of normalization of diplomatic ties.

July 24 (SUN)

Four years to opening of 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

July 25 (MON)

First session of examination at Hiroshima High Court over Kosei Homi's appeal against death sentence for killing 5 residents in Yamaguchi Prefecture.

July 26 (TUE)

-- No major events.

July 27 (WED)

-- No major events.

July 28 (THURS)

-- Bank of Japan to begin two-day Policy Board meeting.

July 29 (FRI)

-- Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare to release ratio of job offers to job seekers for June.

-- Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications to release unemployment rate for June.

-- Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda to hold press conference.

July 30 (SAT)

-- Former Taiwanese Pres. Lee Teng-hui to start 5-day visit to Okinawa city of Ishigaki.

July 31 (SUN)

-- Tokyo gubernatorial election to be held.

==Kyodo

© Kyodo News International, Inc., source Newswire

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