BERLIN, Oct 30 (Reuters) - German engineering orders rose 11 percent in real terms in September from the previous year, bolstered by one-off big ticket items from abroad, engineering association VDMA said on Tuesday. In the less volatile three-month comparison, orders in Europe's biggest economy fell 1 percent from the previous year. "The low level of the previous year together with several big ticket items from non-euro zone countries distort the picture," said VDMA chief economist ...
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