It is not uncommon for Japanese executive to take pay cuts

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It is not uncommon for Japanese executives — who tend to make far less than their US and European counterparts — to take pay cuts when results come in below expectations or in the case of unethical behaviour. When Nintendo had a fall in revenue from the less successful Wii U, its CEO cut his pay in half for 5 months rather than blame workers. (source)

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