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Birmingham's new shopping centre, the Bullring by Benoy, and its more famous offshoot, the Selfridges store by Future Systems, have together created more than 5,000 jobs for the city.Of those, some 1,365 were filled by the long-term unemployed, while nearly 1,000 of these new employees also came from the most deprived areas.

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