By Reshma Kapadia NEW YORK, July 29 (Reuters) - Industrial manufacturers, who until recently footed the bill for high raw material costs, took advantage of surging demand to pass along the increase to their customers during the second quarter. But some executives warn that industrial manufacturers' new-found pricing power may not be enough to offset rising commodity prices. Second-quarter results and outlooks from industrial manufacturers, such as Honeywell International Inc. and auto ...
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