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As the world economies grow, the silver will absolutely grow - Michael DiRienzo, Executive Director of the Silver Institute
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Zimbabwe: Anjin Investments is Now Top Diamond Producer in the World

19.12.2011

Anjin Investments, a joint diamond mining venture between China’s Anhui Foreign Economic Construction Company Limited and the Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation, is now the world’s biggest diamond producer, a company official said last Wednesday, Israelidiamond.co.il reported.
The China/Zimbabwe joint venture began mining diamonds in the Marange fields in July 2010, but only recently has received permission from the Kimberley Process to export its rough diamonds. The company reportedly has a stockpile of some 3 million carats.
According to Anjin director Munyaradzi Machacha, the Anjin has a production capacity of 12,000 tons of ore per day. This week, two additional processing units are scheduled to begin operating.

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