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Mutare

(mo͞otä`rē), formerly

Umtali

(o͝omtä`lē), city (1992 est. pop. 131,400), E Zimbabwe, near the Mozambique border. Mutare is the commercial center for a rich agricultural and gold-mining region. Its industries include automobile assembly, petroleum refining, and the manufacture of textiles. The city is connected by rail with the port of Beira in Mozambique, but the line is in disrepair. Founded in 1890, Mutare grew after the coming (1899) of the railroad.

Mutare

a city in E Zimbabwe, near the Mozambique border: rail and trade centre in a mining and tobacco-growing region. Pop.: 160 000 (2005 est.)
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Muto said uncertainties remain regarding price trends in Japan, referring to the possibility that downward trends could continue for some time or inflation could suddenly accelerate.
It means Muto could miss four Premier League games and up to three FA Cup games - depending on whether Newcastle make it through to the fourth round and require a third-round replay.
With Everton the second of eight matches Newcastle play inside the space of 32 days, Benitez will aim to manage the workload on his players - and, afterAyoze Perez'sdisappointing display against West Ham, Muto could be deployed in the No 10 role at Goodison Park, or the Japan striker could even replace Salomon Rondon up front if the Magpies manager opts to rest the Venezuelan.
Muto is under contract at the Bundesliga club until 2019, but they could opt to cash in on him if United choose to bid.
The House of Representatives, or the lower house where the ruling camp led by Fukuda's Liberal Democratic Party holds a majority, voted to approve Muto's nomination Thursday, a day after the opposition-controlled upper house, the House of Councillors, rejected him.
''If the conditions of housing sector adjustment become more serious than expected and capital spending declines, the (U.S.) economy could further slow,'' Muto told local business leaders in Matsue, Shimane Prefecture, in western Japan.
However, if Japan progress to the final stages of the Asian Cup, Muto could be missing until early February.
However, Muto could yet be left out of the side once more, and Benitez may instead choose to use the forward as an impact player off the bench during the second half.
Although the business sentiment index for large manufacturers in the Tankan survey released Monday fell from 25 in December to 23 in March, Muto said in a lecture in Tokyo that confidence of companies is ''generally at a good level.''
Muto has scored once (against Manchester United) in 11 appearances for the Magpies and he will hope to help Japan win a fifth Asian Cup title.