(Rewrites throughout, adds Think Neighbor in 7th paragraph, updates stock price in 8th paragraph) By Michael Ellis DETROIT, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. on Friday said it was pulling the plug on its Think electric vehicle division due to poor customer demand and lack of government support for the environmentally friendly cars. Ford paid $23 million in 1999 for the Norway-based electric vehicle company Pivco Industries, renaming it Think or TH!NK, and has since invested $100 ...
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