HONG KONG, Aug 25 (Reuters) - China's Geely Automobile Holdings Ltd , whose parent bought Ford Motor Co's Volvo unit this month, reported a 35 percent rise in first-half profit, but measures to cool the economy could slow near-term growth in the world's largest auto market. The automaker reported a net profit of 804.85 million yuan ($118 million) for the first six months of this year against 595.91 million yuan a year earlier. The result beat an average forecast of 756.4 million yuan ...
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