Poland's July new industrial order down 0.6% y/y.

By bne IntelliNews August 25, 2011
New industrial orders in Poland fell by 0.6% y/y in July 2011, after they increased by 10.8% a month earlier, the statistics office said. On a monthly basis, orders declined by 4.8% after a 1.2% rise in June 2011. Industrial new orders in the European Union in June 2011 grew by 8.5% from a year earlier but decreased 0.3% from the previous month, Eurostat said in a statement.

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