An increase of orders in the European Union for equipment of ships, trains, and planes has caused an overall growth against the otherwise declining industrial market. Compared with June, industrial orders grew by 2.8% in July. Estonia reported the largest gain of 9.9% while Lithuania suffered the largest drop, with orders falling 2.6%.
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