CAMACARI, Brazil Nov 20 (Reuters) - Brazil will have created 1.3 million payroll jobs by the end of 2009, President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva said on Friday, as Latin America's largest economy recovered from a brief recession. The forecast was more optimistic than that of Labor Minister Carlos Lupi who on Monday said 1 to 1.1 million jobs would be created by year end. Data on Monday showed Brazil's economy added jobs for a ninth straight month in October -- a record for that month. Lupi ...
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