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Tata Steel offers to pump £550m into closed pension fund

Published on Tuesday 16th of May 2017 04:01:04 PM in BBC

Tata Steel UK has offered to pay £550m into its now-closed pension scheme and give the fund a 33% stake in its UK business.The former British Steel scheme was shut at the end of March as part of Tata's plan to avoid going bust.Tata said the ...

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