(Changes dateline, rewrites with Volvo comments) STOCKHOLM, May 20 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co.'s Volvo Cars unit plans to cut jobs and eliminate a night shift at its plant in Gothenburg, Sweden, to help it contend with tough market conditions, a Volvo Cars official said on Tuesday. "We will discuss with the unions within a few weeks (a plan) to take out the night shift from the Torslanda plant," Olle Axelson, head of public affairs at Volvo Cars, said. A report in the Wall Street ...
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