For the third time in less than a year, world leaders will gather to discuss the global economic crisis. The first Group of Twenty summit was in Washington. The second was in London. This conference is taking a different route, forgoing the glamour of a world capital to meet in Pittsburgh, an old manufacturing town that has changed to meet the challenges of the 21st century by cleaning its air and water and diversifying its economy. VOA's Paula Wolfson visited a part of the city known as the Strip and says the people there are excited about being in the spotlight.

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