Around 150 members of a Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp. workers union took part in a sit-in and rally Friday morning in Tokyo’s Chiyoda Ward protesting planned restructuring moves by the company.

The plan, unveiled earlier this year, includes transferring employees over the age of 51 to subsidiaries and wage cuts of up to 30 percent.

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