Tin Climbs to Highest in Month in Shanghai on China Smelter CutBloomberg News
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Tin futures climbed to the highest in a month in Shanghai after smelters in China, the biggest supplier, agreed to cut production by more than 10 percent in a bid to stem a decline in prices to the lowest level since 2009.
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