* Government reports higher orders through scrappage scheme * 35,000 since scheme announced on April 22 * Industry body SMMT says waiting for actual sales figures (Recasts, adds background, SMMT comment) LONDON, May 29 (Reuters) - Britain's car scrappage scheme has boosted orders of new cars by 35,000 vehicles since it was announced in the April Budget, the government said on Friday. British car sales have been falling sharply this year as the recession has cut into household and ...
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