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China imports more tin ore from myanmar after indonesian export ban

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SHANGHAI (Scrap Register): China, the world's biggest tin importer, has imported more tin ore from Myanmar after the Indonesian export ban. …

SHANGHAI (Scrap Register): China, the world's biggest tin importer, has imported more tin ore from Myanmar after the Indonesian export ban.
a news report from Shanghai Metals Market saying Myanmar has remained the top supplier of tin ore to China during March this year with 16,415 tons, the figure represented a sharp increase of 465% from a month earlier and 39.3% year-on-year. First three months of this year China imported 38,283 tons of tin ore, a rise of 17.3% year-on-year.

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  • 1. 29 4 2014 China imports more Tin ore from Myanmar after Indonesian export ban | Myanmar | SCRAP REGISTER NEWS http://www.scrapregister.com/news/3688/china-imports-more-tin-ore-from-myanmar-after-indonesian-export-ban 1/1 0 3 MYANMAR April 29 2014 1:21 PM China imports more Tin ore from Myanmar after Indonesian export ban SHANGHAI (Scrap Register): China, the world's biggest tin importer, has imported more tin ore from Myanmar after the Indonesian export ban. A news report from Shanghai Metals Marketsaying Myanmar has remained the top supplier of tin ore to China during March this year with 16,415 tons, the figure represented a sharp increase of 465% from a month earlier and 39.3% year-on-year. First three months of this year China imported 38,283 tons of tin ore, a rise of 17.3% year-on-year. China's tin industry is turning to Myanmar to help plug a gap in the supply of raw materials after new trading rules in the world's top exporter Indonesia squeezed its major source of refined tin. China has more than doubled its imports of tin ore and concentrates from Myanmar this year, shoring up an alternative source of the metal used mainly for solder in its vast electronics industry. Refined tin imports rebounded from low February levels to 964 metric tons, while exports also rose from holiday lows to 200 metric tons. Apparent consumption gained 13% year-on-year, after a weak 2013, in signs that demand may be finally improving. 0Like Share

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