Mountain Province Diamonds Results of Ninth Diamond Sale

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


Gem Diamonds recovers “high quality” 202 ct stone from Letšeng mine

Gem Diamonds said it has recovered a “high quality” 202 carat, D colour Type IIa diamond from its 70 percent-owned Letšeng mine in Lesotho.


Asia Keeps Swiss Watch Recovery on Track

Swiss watch exports grew in October as demand from key Asian markets continued its recent upward trend.


Chow Tai Fook's revenue up 15% in H1

With rising demand for gold products in Greater China, Hong Kong based jeweller Chow Tai Fook’s revenue leapt 15% in the first half of the fiscal, as per the company's statement.


World’s most expensive rough diamond to be cut in Israel

The 813-carat Constellation Diamond, the world's most expensive rough diamond has been brought to Israel to be laser cut, in the first stage of its processing since the diamond was discovered in Botswana’s Karowe Mine by Canadian producer Lucara...


Beneficiation in the Diamond Industry: Other Countries

10 november 2017

(ehudlaniado.com) - So far in our look at beneficiation in the diamond industry, we have seen how many countries have attempted to leverage their rough diamond resources to create additional wealth and employment within their borders. There have been successes and failures, and for many, the longer-term outcome is still unknown. However, in keeping with our broader definition of beneficiation to include the overall benefit of diamonds to any economy, it is important to see how diamonds have helped non-producer nations as well. There are many countries in the world that have never unearthed a single rough diamond, but that still enjoy important economic benefits from the diamond trade.


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