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De Beers’ Namibian unit offers 240k ct to Namdia, local sightholders

The Namibian government said more than 240,000 carats of Namdeb run-off mine were offered to Namib Desert Diamonds (Namdia) and local sightholders at a value of $360 million in the 2017/18 financial year compared to $292 million in the 2016/17...

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Mountain Province announced results of its third diamond sale of 2018

Mountain Province Diamonds Inc.  announced the results of its recently completed third diamond sale of 2018.

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Fura Gems Inc. aims at expanding the coloured gemstone business in India

Fura Gems Inc is aggressively looking at organizing the $2 bn gemstone market globally and is targeting a market share of 8% - 10% in the next 3 years.

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ALROSA reports Q1 2018 production and preliminary trading performance

ALROSA Group’s diamond production for Q1 2018 totalled 7.4 million carats, down by 17% year-on-year.

20 april 2018

Forevermark supports women advancement

Forevermark, the diamond brand from the De Beers Group of Companies, promoted gender equality and displayed its stunning Red Carpet Collection 2018 through a unique fashion show of models and women achievers on 18, April at the Four Seasons Hotel, Mumbai...

20 april 2018

Trump may suspend rules on African ‘conflict minerals,’ say human rights advocates

15 february 2017
(The Globe and Mail) - Congolese warlords and unethical U.S. corporations will be the big winners if U.S. President Donald Trump goes ahead with a reported plan to suspend the restrictions on “conflict minerals” from Central African war zones, human-rights groups say. The latest Trump plan would jeopardize many years of effort to identify minerals from conflict zones so that consumers aren’t inadvertently financing war and rape when they buy cellphones, laptops, jewellery and other products, the groups say.

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