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Israel Diamond Week in New York declared very successful

14 november 2014
The Israeli and the American diamantaires participating in Israel Diamond Week in New York consider the third edition of the event in New York a great success.
David Lasher, the Diamond Dealers Club (DDC) Managing Director, estimated that some 700 buyers attended, hailing not only from the New York region, but from across the USA, including Chicago, Los Angeles and Miami.
He noted that the biggest turnout occurred on Monday, the first day of the event at the DDC.
Israel Diamond Exchange (IDE) President Shmuel Schnitzer and DDC President Reuven Kaufman said they were both pleased with the results of the show in the first three days.
"People are telling me that this year's show is even better than the two we held previously. There is a great deal of foot traffic. This is a very encouraging sign at this time," Kaufman remarked.
More than 100 IDE members registered and made on their way to the Big Apple to exhibit their goods on the DDC trading floor, alongside some 70 colleagues of the DDC.
The next International Diamond Week will take place in Israel in February 2015, and in addition to the DDC membership, members of the Antwerp Diamond Bourse will also take part.

Olga Patseva, Editor in Chief of the American Bureau, Rough&Polished