* Car sales drive up Dec consumer spending * Economists see January drop-off * Underlying economic situation pressures consumers (Adds 2010 figures) PARIS, Jan 25 (Reuters) - French consumer spending rose slightly in December compared to November as car sales soared in the last month of a scrappage scheme, data showed on Tuesday, although economists forecast a drop-off in early 2011. INSEE, France's national statistics office, said spending had risen by 0.6 percent in December ...
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