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BOGOTA, June 24 (Reuters) - Colombia's central bank held its benchmark interest rate for a tenth consecutive month on Wednesday, as policymakers grapple with the twin constraints of faster inflation and an economy weakened by the plunge in global oil prices.
The seven-member board voted to maintain the lending rate at 4.5 percent, meeting the forecast of all analysts in a Reuters survey this week. (Reporting by Bogota newsroom)