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200 jobs set for Newbridge firm in £4 billion tank contract

11.59am Tuesday 23rd March 2010

AROUND 200 jobs will be created in Gwent as the valleys plant of a US defence firm yesterday celebrated winning a £4 billion contract to provide the British Army with its next generation of armoured vehicles.

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