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Tin shortage worsens as Indonesia rules curb supply: Commodities

Posted on 12 September 2013

The tin market is poised for a fifth year of shortages as new rules in Indonesia curb exports, driving up costs for manufacturers of everything from tablet computers to televisions to telephones.
Indonesia, accounting for 40 percent of global supply, introduced a rule Aug. 30 that refined tin must be traded on a local exchange before it can be shipped. A lack of buyers on domestic bourses and a delay in trading permits spurred PT Timah (TINS), the largest producer, and smaller smelters to halt most sales………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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