If you carefully look at your access-list NAT_Internet, you have allowed for all destinations. Hence traffic from inside to any gets PATed to the outside IP [because it will be matched in the nat (inside) 1 statement]
So you will have to specific about traffic that need not be PATed.
Essentially, the firewall must have some sort of translation to refer to , whether it is to NAT or not to NAT. In order for a lower security interface to communicate with a higher security interface, we need to tell the PIX not to nat packets between these interfaces - to leave all original source/destination information intact.
Your access list that denies NAT between inside and Mgt is one way to accomplish this. You could also perform this with the following static (you still need an access list to allow the traffic you desire from Mgt to inside).
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