Indonesian government relaxes tin export rules
Jul 09, 2013 | 02:56 PM
| Claire Hack
LONDON Indonesias trade ministry has announced plans to relax impurity limits for tin exports just one week after imposing new regulations, the International Tin Research Institute (ITRI) said.
The new regulations were originally announced in December 2012, and stated that refined tin exported from the country after July 1, 2013, must contain a minimum 99.9 percent tin, with specific maximum impurity limits for nine other elements, including aluminum and zinc. ....
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