In June, Indonesia reduced tin exports by 55.1% compared to May, when its growth was recorded more than three times. According to the Ministry of Commerce of Indonesia, shipment of tin in ingots and tin solder abroad in June this year amounted to 5 thousand 608 tons 820 kilograms. In annual terms, the volume of exports increased by 40%. In terms of value, exports of tin relative to the previous month fell by 56.5% and grew by 48% in annual terms to 116 million 150 thousand dollars. Singapore remained the main market for Indonesian tin last month. Japan, India and the Netherlands are the next ones by the volume of supplies.
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