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G20 leaders meet for Pittsburgh summit

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President Obama, Gordon Brown and other members of the G20 group, of leading industrial nations have left the United Nations in New York.

They're now arriving in Pittsburgh where they'll be holding talks on the global economy.

The BBC's Economics Editor Stephanie Flanders has spoken exclusively to Barack Obama's chief economic advisor about the president's hopes for the summit.

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