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Colombian Central Bankers Signal Interest Rates May Climb Higher

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Two members of the Colombian central bank’s policy committee signaled that higher interest rates may be needed to curb inflation and narrow a current account deficit.

Colombia’s third-quarter gross domestic product report, published yesterday, is more evidence that the risks of a sharp slowdown have receded, giving the central bank more leeway in setting interest rates, co-director Cesar Vallejo said.