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A NORTH-EAST train builder has missed out on "decade's worth of manufacturing" after it lost out on a £1.5bn contract to build a new generation of underground trains, an MP has claimed.

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  • Hitachi missed out on "decade's worth of manufacturing" after missing out on contract - MPA NORTH-EAST train builder has missed out on "decade's worth of manufacturing" after it lost out on a £1.5bn contract to build a new generation of underground trains, an MP has claimed.
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