TORONTO, March 31 (Reuters) - About 300 employees of Ford Motor Co are set to return to work in Windsor, Ontario, after the company announced on Monday it would reopen an engine plant shuttered in November. The announcement comes on the back of a deal between Ford and the government of Ontario province, which will chip in C$17 million ($16.6 million) toward Ford's C$170 million investment in a new engine program. Ford didn't say what kind of engine would be produced or when production ...
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