April 20, 2022

International Tin Association Analyst James Willoughby Interview

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International Tin Association Analyst James Willoughby Interview
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International Tin Association (ITA) is the world’s authority on tin and tin-related technologies.

It is a membership-based organization representing major tin producers and smelters and is the premier source of tin-related information.

ITA has specialist knowledge of tin use in all the major sectors as well as groups responsible for statistical and market information, future uses, regulatory affairs and sustainability.

Transcript

🎙 International Tin Association Analyst James Willoughby interview (00:00)

💼 ITA’s mandate (00:42)

⚡️ Where tin is most used & solder (01:08)

⚖️ Tin supply/demand metrics & price increases (02:30)

⬆️ Tin CAGR (03:35)

📉 Tin undersupply (03:54)

📵 Can you replace tin? (04:10)

🇨🇳 Leading tin provider (05:57)

⛏Tin mining investments (06:34)

💨 Tin processing emissions (07:31)

🇧🇷 Brazil tin smelting market (08:28)

🔋 Potential tin uses (09:21)

🏷 Current tin price (10:42)

📈 Tin price projection (11:21)

🌍 Tin origins & conflict tin (12:04)

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