(Updates with comments from Ford spokesman) By John McCrank TORONTO, May 22 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co said on Thursday it could slash more than 400 jobs at the Windsor, Ontario, plant where it makes engines for pickup trucks and SUVs, as part of the company's shift to focus on more fuel efficient vehicles. "We have sent layoff notices to approximately 430 employees," said Mark Truby, a Ford spokesman in Detroit. "That doesn't mean they will all necessarily be laid off... the exact ...
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