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SAO PAULO, April 7 (Reuters) - Brazil's central bank is not considering cutting interest rates despite an expected drop in future inflation, central bank chief Alexandre Tombini said on Thursday.
Tombini said he sees a disinflationary trend ahead, but acknowledged that the balance of risks for prices remains "challenging." (Reporting by Camila Moreira; Writing by Alonso Soto)