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WBMS Press Release - Indonesia Tin Exports
03/08/2020

Indonesia tin exports May 2020

The Indonesian Government has just released the import export statistics for June 2020. This source shows that exports of tin metal were 5,685 tonnes in June bringing the total for the year to date to 33,321 tonnes. For January to June 2019 the cumulative total was 35,185 tonnes.

The statistics show a change in the destination for the tin with Asia (including China) taking 73 per cent of the total shipments which compares with almost 85 per cent in the first half of 2019.

Our chat shows the exports of tin by major country of destination. Follow the link to view the full report with the chart https://mailchi.mp/61c873943618/wbms-august-tin-press-release-1331736

Editors requiring more detailed information should contact Sue Eales by email at suee@world-bureau.co.uk or by telephone +44 (0) 1920 461274




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