By Simone Iglesias and Beatriz Reis*
President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva toned down his criticism of the president of Brazil’s central bank in an interview Thursday, in another sign that their frosty relationship is starting to thaw.
“The president of the Republic should not quarrel with the president of the Central Bank,” he said in an interview with CNN Brazil television network.
At the same time, Lula criticized . . .