Indonesia, the largest exporter of tin in the world, in July 2018 increased metal exports by 17.2% compared with June, when the figure fell by more than 55%. According to the country's Ministry of Trade, shipment of tin in ingots and tin solder abroad in July amounted to 6 thousand 575 tons 800 kilograms. Compared with July last year, shipments rose by 6%. Exports of tin from Indonesia in value terms increased in July by 12% compared to the previous month and by 4.2% in annual terms to 130 million 50 thousand dollars. The leader in the sale of Indonesian tin is the Singapore market. It is followed by the Netherlands, the USA, India and South Korea.
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