* Ford CEO says 'running a healthy business' * Ford making money on hybrid sales * January sales slightly behind December By John Crawley WASHINGTON, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co will focus strongly in 2010 on reducing heavy long-term debt and narrowing a cash-flow edge held by its bailed-out U.S. rivals, Ford's chief executive said on Tuesday. Alan Mulally said at the Washington Auto Show that Ford is planning balance sheet improvements that will accelerate as the bottom line ...
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