BRASILIA, March 24 (Reuters) - Brazil is not considering shortening the length of consumer and car loans in an effort to cool domestic demand, Finance Minister Guido Mantega said on Monday. The minister said that he saw no alarming inflationary threat from expanding domestic credit and consumer demand. But the government was in talks with banks and did not want to expand the local credit market too fast, he said. Brazil's central bank said on March 13 that it considered raising interest ...
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