Brazil's Lula courts auto workers as campaign ends


By Angus MacSwan SAO BERNARDO DO CAMPO, Brazil, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva visited workers on Friday at factories where he began his political career, a day after his rivals pressed corruption allegations in hopes of forcing this weekend's election into a second round. The president, known universally as Lula, handed out campaign pamphlets and shook hands with assembly line workers at two automobile plants in the same industrial hub on the outskirts ...

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