By John McCrank TORONTO, May 22 (Reuters) - Buzz Hargrove, president of the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Thursday he expects 300 job cuts at Ford Motor Co's Windsor, Ontario, engine plant due to the company's just-announced production cutbacks. "We'll lose a shift in our V8 engine plant in Windsor and, other than that, I don't see it having an impact anywhere else," Hargrove told Reuters. The Windsor plant assembles V8 engines for pickups and SUVs. Ford said on Thursday it would ...
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