RIO DE JANEIRO -- Brazil's president says he is going to this week's Group of 20 economic meeting in Korea to push for lowering trade barriers and ending what he calls a "currency war."Brazil's leader Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva says Monday the global economy has not recovered from the crisis that began in 2008.
Brazil to Seek End to Currency War
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