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Brazil central bank chief says rates could fall if inflation stays tame

BRASILIA, Sept 9 (Reuters) - Brazil's central bank may have room for additional rate cuts if the inflation outlook remains tame, according to a presentation by bank president Roberto Campos Neto released on Monday.

"The consolidation of the benign scenario for prospective inflation should permit additional adjustment of the degree of stimulus," said the presentation, posted to the bank's website. (Reporting by Isabel Versiani; Editing by Sandra Maler)