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Japanese firm racially discriminated

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    Jones v Yaohan UK Ltd [1996] IT/30058/96 (0 other reports)

A UK subsidiary of a Japanese organisation, whose UK directors and senior managers were Japanese, unlawfully discriminated on racial grounds when it dismissed a white project manager, rules a London North industrial tribunal (Chair: M S Rabin) in Jones v Yaohan UK Ltd.

Allen Jones was employed as a sushi project manager by Yaohan UK Ltd, a retail outlet for Japanese food and other products.