* Euro zone industrial orders unexpectedly rise in December * Surprise gain due to French car-scrapping scheme * Outlook uncertain as scheme phase-out begins (Adds detail on car scheme) By John O'Donnell BRUSSELS, Feb 24 (Reuters) - A French scheme to pay owners of old cars to trade them in for new ones buoyed euro zone industrial orders in December, data showed, raising concerns that demand would fall sharply as the benefit is phased out. Powered by a 17.1 percent surge in ...
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