Coronavirus: Sushi chain YO! prepares to slice hundreds of jobs

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Hundreds of jobs are expected to be cut at the sushi restaurant chain YO! as it becomes the latest casual dining chain to propose a financial restructuring to creditors amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

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