Tin Market Description
The global tin market valued at 350.74 kilo metric ton in 2017, is expected to witness a CAGR of 2.22% during the forecast period, 2018 to 2023.
The Major end-user application of tin in the electronics industry is as a solder and about 50% to 70% of the overall tin produced is used in the electronics & electrical industry in various products, such as mobiles, tablets, computers, and other consumer electronic devices.
China was the largest producer and consumer of tin in 2017. The automotive industry, being one of the major contributors in the tin market, has grown rapidly in the past five years. However, the Chinese automotive industry remains fragmented. This scenario is likely to have a positive impact on the tin demand from the Chinese automotive sector. In addition, Chinese central government officials fear the unchecked expansion of China's auto industry, encouraged by local authorities, could harm the wider economy and that excess capacity must be stopped.
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Market Fundamentals — Supply and Demand
Planned and unplanned capacity investments & closures
Macro - Exchange rates, GDP, Inflation rates, Industrial production
Historical price analysis
Table of Contents
1.1 Market Overview — Global
2.1 Short Term
2.2 Medium Term
2.3 Long term
3.1 Supply Chain Events – LME/Global