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Diamond industry: a time for change

October 23, 2014 |

The diamond industry must change. Everywhere, everybody is saying the same thing, so nobody can doubt that it must be so. Read More

Weekly Diamond Market Report 14/10/19

October 19, 2014 |

Diamond market overview

Traders reported a quiet week of trading in polished, with a stream of negative news causing nervous sentiment. Read More

Why retailers like De Beers’ recycled diamond program

October 15, 2014 |

At the De Beers forum at this year’s JCK Las Vegas show, CEO Philippe Mellier surprised attendees by declaring that one of the industry’s biggest problems was diamond trade-ins. Read More

Syn‘Round tripping’ on the wane in India

October 14, 2014 |

The theory is that ‘round tripping’ in diamonds began sometime after 2008 when 2% import duty was imposed by the Government of India. Read More

De Beers october sight estimated at $460M

October 14, 2014 |

De Beers October sight closed with an estimated value of $460 million. The company reportedly lowered prices for several different categories of goods between 2 percent and 4 percent. Read More

GJEPC raises industry concerns with Gujarat minister

October 11, 2014 |

A delegation led by Gems and Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC) Chairman Shri Vipul Shah met Shri Saurabhbhai Patel, Minister of Finance in the government of the state of Gujarat to present issues of importance to the diamond trade. Read More

Weekly Diamond Market Report 14/10/12

October 9, 2014 |

Diamond market overview

Overall sentiment remains cautious, although some traders in the polished market reported a slight increase in orders from US chains stores and retailers ahead of the end of year sales season. Read More

Getting to know kimberlite pipes

October 7, 2014 |

Named for Kimberley, South Africa where they were first found, kimberlite pipes are large, conical rock formations known to host diamonds. Read More

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