January 27, 2017 / 3:56 PM / a year ago

BRIEF-Honeywell COO Darius Adamczyk says need clarity sooner on trade policies related to Mexico, China - Conf call

Jan 27 (Reuters) - Honeywell International Inc

* Says positive sentiment in oil and gas business continues, sees signs of improving activity

* Says number of projects that were on hold in oil and gas business, mainly in China, are restarting

* Says seeing good momentum in high growth regions driven by the demand for refined product in China and India’s accelerated transition to Euro 6 emissions standards

* Says reduction in its sales forecast is “solely due to the foreign exchange”

* Says expect higher year-over-year OEM incentives in its aerospace business 1H 2017; says that trend would reverse in the second half

* Honeywell CEO David Cote says this is his last conference call, and he is “really going to miss it”

* Honeywell COO Darius Adamczyk says would need clarity sooner on trade policies related to Mexico and China and some of the other trade partners of Honeywell

* Honeywell CEO David Cote says if it gets to the point of a “trade war”, it’s not going to be bad just for trade, but also economically Further company coverage:

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