* Ford targets China, India for growth * Revenue rising, debt falling NEW YORK, July 31 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co shares may rise 25 percent as the company cuts debt, rolls out new models and tries to expand in China and India, where it has been a laggard, Barron's said in its Aug. 1 edition. Unlike rivals General Motors and Chrysler, Ford was able to avoid bankruptcy and government bailouts by taking on billions of dollars of debt in 2006, when capital markets were still open. ...
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