Global tin market to trim deficit in 2021 to 2,700 T -ITA

LONDON, Dec 3 (Reuters) - The global tin market is expected to narrow its deficit to 2,700 tonnes next year from a 5,200 tonne deficit in 2020, the International Tin Association said on Thursday.

Demand for refined tin is due to rise by about 6% to 361,500 tonnes next year, James Willoughby, manager of market intelligence for the association, told an online seminar. (Reporting by Eric Onstad; editing by David Evans)