German price-adjusted new orders in manufacturing rose 1.0% in June after seasonal adjustments, provisional data from the Federal Statistics Office showed.
Domestic orders surged by 5.1% while foreign orders fell by 2.0% compared with the previous month.
New orders originating from the eurozone dropped 2.4% while new orders from other countries were down 1.5% compared with May.
Price-adjusted turnover in manufacturing was up 0.3% on the previous month.
A separate report from IHS Markit on Aug. 1 showed the German July manufacturing purchasing managers' index falling to 58.1 from 59.6 in June.