By Martin Santa BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Prices of electricity, fruit and vegetables lifted the euro zone inflation off its three-year low in May, while the single currency bloc's record high jobless rate showed in its deepening inability to create jobs in the first quarter. Economic recovery in the euro area is expected to kick in later this year, but risks to the growth are on the downside as governments continue with painful fiscal consolidation and companies struggle to access credit in banks. Consumer prices rose by 0. …
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