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2 September 2011 By Martin Hutchinson

Cutting the benchmark Selic rate to 12 pct isn’t inflationary, since CPI is only 7 pct and global rates are ultra-low. However the government runs big deficits in a huge boom with high commodity prices. That could boost prices down the road – or worsen any downturn.

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