LONDON, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Britain has signed a 180 million pound ($279.9 million) contract with Force Protection Europe, a subsidiary of U.S. defence firm, Force Protection Industries , for light-armoured vehicles, the prime minister's spokesman said on Tuesday. "Peter Luff is announcing a 180 million pound contract that has been signed with Force Protection Europe to build 200 new vehicles," the spokesman said. (Reporting by Matt Falloon; writing by Stefano Ambrogi)
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