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ZCDC recovers 23 ct gem-quality diamond in Marange

The Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) has recovered a 23 carat gem quality diamond and a 65 carat near-gem stone from its Marange operations, according to a local media report.

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ICA President to be on IBC Shenzhen's Board of Directors

Following the recently signed MOU between IBC and the ICA, Clement Sabbagh, ICA President, has been invited to sit on the Board of Directors of the initiative of IBC Shenzhen’s “One Belt One Road” project, says a press note from ICA.

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Israel to hold diamond auction at JCK Las Vegas

The Israeli Diamond Industry will again be among the largest international exhibitors at the JCK Las Vegas show during June 1-4, 2018.

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IEG presented details about its project to upgrade and expand Fiera di Vicenza

The Italian Exhibition Group presented in Vicenza comprehensive details about its project to upgrade and expand the city's Exhibition Centre (Fiera di Vicenza).

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ALROSA continues to divest its non-core assets

ALROSA summarized the results of the program of its non-core asset disposition in QI, 2018. In January-March the company divested 68 assets, liquidated 1 and granted 4 objects. Actual revenues from sales exceeded 30.4 bn roubles.

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How Compliance Became The ‘Fifth C’ In Diamonds

24 april 2018

(gemkonnect.com) - The diamond industry has for decades, done business with a truly international pipeline — diamonds are mined in some continents, sorted and distributed through centres elsewhere, cut and polished in yet other places, set into jewellery in centres that could be in a fourth geographic location and finally consumed in bulk in places like the US, Japan and China — the first two having had nothing to do with the process pipeline whatsoever. Less than 20 years ago, a diamantaire could easily have bought diamonds from a supplier in one location, have them shipped to another location and perhaps a company that was distinct from his own firm, which was doing the ordering and paying. There were many variations to this.

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