* Japanese steelmakers post lower earnings * Steelmakers believe they can raise prices, pass on costs (Adds Tata Steel results) By Yuko Inoue TOKYO, July 31 (Reuters) - Japan's biggest steelmakers, including the world's No.2 Nippon Steel Corp , posted lower quarterly earnings but raised their full-year forecasts as they increase prices and pass on input costs to customers such as automaker Toyota Motor Corp . The companies, which also include the world's No.3 JFE Holdings Inc , said ...
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