(Adds background on inflation, GDP, credit, quote) 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. Brazil's economy grew at 5.4 percent in 2007, its fastest in three years, and economists have attributed some of this performance to increased consumer credit. "We are not thinking of establishing limits to the length of financing," Mantega told ...
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