Struggling Japanese truck maker Isuzu Motors said in an interview with Reuters on Wednesday that China holds the key to the company's revival as it works to reduce its massive debt loading by 20% in the next two years. Reuters said that Isuzu’s group interest-bearing debt is projected at a daunting 560 billion yen ($4.7 billion) by the end of this month -- roughly half of its expected revenue. But chief financial officer Shigeki Toma told the news agency that, through increased revenues and asset sales, Isuzu should be able to meet its targets for cutting the debt to 450 billion yen by March 2005.