Brazil's Central Bank is confident the rise in consumer prices will continue to slow, but warned inflation in Latin America's largest economy is likely to remain stubbornly high for most of 2003.
In the minutes from the meeting of its Monetary Policy Committee (Copom) last week, the ban
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