The NUJ says the Financial Times has withdrawn what it claimed were plans to force a specialist group of Chinese journalists at the paper to return to China on half their current salaries or else accept redundancy.
The NUJ chapel at the Financial Times voted unanimously to demand that the threat of redundancies be lifted from their Chinese colleagues, who produce a specialist Chinese language website for the newspaper. The chapel had threatened to ballot for industrial action over the issue.
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