AMSTERDAM - Employees at Tata Steel's Dutch plant in IJmuiden on Thursday voted to go on strike over planned job cuts and the plant's further integration with Tata's British operations, Dutch news agency ANP reported.
The unions could not be reached immediately to confirm that a strike has been approved or when it will take place. The Dutch unions are upset over what they say are plans by the company to cut 1,000 out of 9,000 jobs in the Netherlands. Tata Europe says it does not plan forced redundancies
(Reporting by Bart Meijer; Editing by David Goodman)