TAKE-A-LOOK-Ecuador's Rafael Correa seeks re-election

Mon Feb 11, 2013 8:31am EST

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Ecuador's President Rafael Correa is the front-runner for a Feb.
17 election that could hand the leftist leader four more years
in office to continue boosting state control over the Andean
nation's economy.
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