A photo taken on Feb. 5, 2014 shows the Google logo on a wall at the entrance of the Google offices in Brussels. AFP Photo/Georges Gobet
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U.S. tech giant Google Tuesday confirmed it will expand its vast campus in central London, a move a source said is expected to bring 3,000 jobs to the British capital.Google announced it would add a new office building to a complex currently under development behind London's King's Cross train station, which the tech firm said would be its first wholly owned and designed building outside the U.S.The ten-story building adds to Google's previously-announced plans in the British capital, with 2,500 Google employees already working in one office and more due to move into a building set to open in 2018 .Google's announcement was welcomed by Britain's finance minister, Philip Hammond, who said it signaled a "big vote of confidence" in the U.K. as a global tech hub.The deepening commitment to London by Google comes as the government tries to reassure the business world in the wake of Britain's decision to leave the European Union.
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