United Kingdom - Tata Steel is set for talks with unions - September 30, 2016

Indian steel giant Tata Steel is set for talks with trade union representatives of its UK steelworks to settle the deadlock over a 15-billion-pound pension scheme for its workers, the main obstacle in its merger with German rival ThyssenKrupp. The company called two days of pension talks to try to secure a merger of its European operations with those of ThyssenKrupp. The aim on the meetings will be on breaking a deadlock over a 15-billion-pound pension scheme, which is the main obstacle to a rescue of the company’s Port Talbot unit in Wales.

English: http://www.firstpost.com/business/tata-steel-set-for-pension-talks …  

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