BRUSSELS, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Euro zone industrial new orders unexpectedly rose in December against November, data showed, helped in large part by a car-scrappage scheme in France designed to encourage vehicle purchasing. Orders in the 16 countries that use the euro rose 0.8 percent from November and were 9.5 percent higher than a year earlier, the European Union statistics office said on Wednesday. [ID:nBRLNDE609] The numbers, however, shed little light on what to expect at the start of ...
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