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23.03.2015
We are seeing a slow and steady rise in demand for diamond jewellery - Joy Alukkas
joy_alukkas_x.jpgJoy Alukkas, Chairman and MD of Joyalukkas Group set up his first shop in Abu Dhabi in 1987, which grew into a jewellery retail chain and continued expansion to countries like India, UK, Singapore, Malaysia, Qatar, Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. Today, the Joyalukkas Group is involved in various businesses other than jewellery, which includes Money Exchange Centres, Luxury Aviation, Malls, Fashion & Silks and Realty. And, in a span of just two decades, the Group has grown into a multi-billion global conglomerate. In an interview with Rough & Polished, Joy Alukkas speaks about his dreams and plans for the future of Joyalukkas Group.

16.03.2015
There are immense potentialities in India for diamond mining - T. M. Babu
tirumala_babu_x.jpgDr. T. M. Babu is an exploration geologist with 40 years of worldwide experience investigating diamonds, gold, tin, platinum, copper, and other rare metals in many parts of the world. He was associated with the Government of India in the Planning Commission and the Geological Survey of India, United Nations Development Programme (USA), BRGM (France), Wardrop Engineering Inc. (Canada), Kyrgyzstan, Coronation International (UK) and several international organizations. He has authored many books related to metals and mining and continues to do so till date... Here, Dr. Babu shares his thoughts with Rough&Polished on his work in geology.

10.03.2015
In the diamond business, you are best served with a good measure of optimism, a long term view and lots of hard work
shmuel_schnitzer_preview.jpgThe Israel Diamond Exchange (IDE) dates back to 1937 and is now the world’s largest diamond trading facility giving roof to approximately 3,500 members representing the whole gamut of businesses associated with the treasured mineral. The recently signed Memorandum of Understanding between the IDE and Russia’s ALROSA at the International Diamond Week in Israel blessed by Israel's President Reuven Rivlin may ginger up the bilateral turnover adding value to the economies of both countries. Shmuel Schnitzer, President of IDE, in his interview to Rough&Polished told about the role of the Israel Diamond Exchange and shared the latest data on the performance of the diamond industry in his country.





South Africa: Zurel Bros to Open New Diamond Cutting Facility

23.11.2007

Zurel Bros diamond producer will open new diamond cutting facility in Limpopo, South Africa. It is planned to engage 1000 cutters and polishers.
According to Rapaport, the factory will be launched on Saturday (Nov.24, 2007), and this day is also a graduation day for 218 students of Zurel diamond cutting and polishing program.
When the factory starts to work in its whole power, it will be the biggest cutting plant in SA, the company stated.

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