BOGOTA, Aug 3- Colombia's central bank sees the economy growing between 2 and 4 percent next year, with the most probable expansion a little above 3 percent, bank chief Jose Dario Uribe said on Monday. Some directors called for a 25 basis-point increase in borrowing costs, Uribe said during his quarterly presentation in Bogota. A cut in Colombia's interest rate to...» Read More
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