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Diamond manufacturers must use technology to react swiftly to changes in the market

One of the original founders of Sarine, Uzi Levami has a long history of founding high-tech companies. He was awarded the prestigious Israel Defense Award in 1992 by then President Chaim Herzog, for his endeavors on a development project for the Israel...

20 march 2017

A mined diamond can bring an extra depth to the significance of a jewellery piece

Award-winning designer Sarah Ho, was born in Hong Kong and grew up in Macau before moving to London to enrich her skills in design and gemmology. Sarah’s inspirational designs are a sentimental reflection of the different chapters in her life and her...

13 march 2017

‘I will run my chair in a very transparent, open fashion’ – KP Chairperson

Australia’s Robert Owen-Jones took over as this year’s Kimberley Process Chairperson amid tension between the civil society and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), which chaired the diamond watchdog last year. The civil society coalition boycotted UAE’s...

06 march 2017

Giving beauty to people as a gift

The ‘Kierge’ jewellery house is a large firm manufacturing and selling jewellery and is a famous Yakutian brand. Over its 23 years of experience, the company was repeatedly the winner of national and international contests like ‘The Recognition by St...

27 february 2017

IDE's Yoram Dvash: 2017 shaping up to be more positive

After a tough 2015, last year provided the diamond industry with more stability and 2017 could be even better, says Yoram Dvash, President of the Israel Diamond Exchange (IDE) and Vice-President of the World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB). In this...

27 february 2017

ALROSA receives positive ecological survey report on Upper Munskoye diamond field

16 february 2017
Russian Federal Service for Supervision of Natural Resource Usage has issued a final positive ecological survey report on ALROSA's Upper Munskoye diamond field.
"The commission made a clear adequate conclusion on the main characteristics of the diamond field, as well as natural features of the territory. According to the document, there are no species listed in the Red Book in this area. In addition, the commission selected a list of measures to prevent possible negative impacts on the environment and approved measures for soil remediation," says Deputy Environmental Protection Chief Engineer at Udachny deposit Alexander Fedorov. "The positive ecological survey report is one of the permits needed to begin the field work at the deposit. We also plan to obtain additional series of permits and licenses for the operation of various facilities in the area."
Project documentation has been developed and approved to begin diamond production at Polar and Magnetic pipes of the Upper Munskoye diamond field. The depth of ore mining will reach 400 meters. It involves extracting all the resource within the area's borders.

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