By Joelle Diderich PARIS, July 25 (Reuters) - French consumer spending bounced back from weak levels with a rise of 1.0 percent in June, but relief over the end of back-to-back elections was tempered by a concerns over a slew of public service price hikes. National statistics office INSEE said expenditure by French households was up 2.6 percent year-on-year in June. It revised the monthly rise in May to a drop of 1.2 percent, slightly better than the 1.3 percent fall originally ...
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