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Strike threat over Corus final-salary plan

The ISTC union, which represents workers at Britain&#39s largest steelmaker Corus, is warning it will resort to strike action to defend final pension schemes for both existing and future employees.

Corus&#39s pension arrangements will be reviewed next month when the accounts of the £8bn fund are published.

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