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MEXICO CITY, May 25 (Reuters) - Mexico's central bank on Wednesday maintained its 2016 economic growth forecast at between 2.0-3.0 percent, but trimmed its view for 2017 slightly to between 2.3-3.3 percent.
In its quarterly inflation report, the bank said it saw inflation around 3 percent at the end of the year, and said it would closely watch the sharply-depreciated Mexican peso for any signs of pass through to inflation.
Reporting by Luis Rojas and Michael O'Boyle; Editing by Simon Gardner