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George Osborne has said Derby-based Bombardier's contract to supply Crossrail trains is "great news for British manufacturing, and a real boost for the British economy".
The Chancellor claimed the £1 billion deal was also a "vote of confidence" in the Government's economic plan.
There have been so many twists and turns in the crossrail bidding process, Hollywood should take an interest.
The Derby firm at times looked like the underdog, overshadowed by the giant, Siemens. The Germans delivered a painful blow to the midlands team when they got the massive Thameslink contract.
Then in a moment of corporate high drama Siemens pulled out of the race for the new London contract at Crossrail.
The result brings job security to Derby - and far beyond as Bombardier's long supply line also benefits.
Winning the £1 billion contract to supply the Crossrail trains is a "huge boost" for the company, Bombardier's managing director has said.
Francis Paonessa said the Derby company had spent £20 million developing the Aventra train which will be built for the route.
We are absolutely delighted with the news, which is a real endorsement of the hard work the team has put in.
We have been working on the design for the past year. The train has wider gangways, is much lighter and more energy efficient.
He added that when built the train will be painted purple and black.
Prime Minister David Cameron has congratulated Derby-based Bombardier on securing a £1 billion contract to supply the trains for the cross-London Crossrail project.
The decision to award Derby-based Bombardier with a £1 billion Crossrail contact is a "fantastic and deserved result", the Rail, Maritime and Transport union general secretary has said.
Bob Crow says the win will "go a long way to saving the future of train building in the nation that gave the railways to the world".
Business Secretary Vince Cable said the decision "represents a real vote of confidence in British manufacturing, supporting 760 UK manufacturing jobs and 80 apprenticeships".