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News from the Diamond Industry
Earlier this week, I wrote a story about two large lab-grown diamonds--one 5.19 carats and the other a 10.08-carat blue--recently examined by the Gemological Institute of America’s laboratory in Hong Kong.
The technology might help track stolen goods and improve the Kimberley Process.
Many smaller and medium-size diamond plants in Surat, India's major diamond cutting and polishing center, have already begun the closedown for the country's almost three-week long Diwali holiday.
Diamond Empowerment Fund elects Marcus ter Haar, Deputy MD of Okavango Diamond Company, to board of directors
Press Release - New York – The Diamond Empowerment Fund (D.E.F.) welcomes Marcus ter Haar, Deputy Managing Director of the Okavango Diamond Company (ODC) based in Botswana, to its global board of directors effective October 1.
Diamond market overview Polished diamond trading was partly sidelined due to the Jewish religious holidays. In the retail market, the US remains the main bright spot with traders reporting steady demand for bread and butter or ‘commercial’ goods.
The Diamond Manufacturers and Importers Association of America (DMIA) and the United States Kimberley Process Authority (USKPA) are to conduct a joint research project to study the trade in rough diamonds in the United States.
The Kimberley Process (KP) chair called for the establishment of a permanent secretariat to oversee the rehabilitation of nations that have been banned from exporting diamonds.
Diamond market overview Overall trading activity in the polished market was slow over the past week, due to Jewish holidays
Paris--The owner of the TAG Heuer and Bulgari brands has seen its watch and jewelry sales increase so far this year, albeit not by much.
The architects of the Diamond Producers Association’s new campaign have thrown away the rule book to appeal to millennials.