Mexico inflation views to dip on Feb data-Ortiz

When economists receive data on Mexican inflation for the month of February 2001 they will move to trim their forecast for the country's inflation for the full year 2001, the country's central bank chief said on Feb 21, 2001.

The February data, when added to mild inflation in January, will convince economists that their 2001 forecasts are too high, Banco de Mexico Governor Guillermo Ortiz said. "With January's result and what we'll get in February, surely inflation expectations are going to come

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