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Rio Tinto sees bright future for diamond fashion jewellery in China
As it enters its fifth year in the Chinese market, Rio Tinto shares its insights on the world’s fastest growing market for diamonds.
Overseas production holds key for Israeli manufacturers
After years of declining manufacturing capacity, and with the country’s diamond firms sending goods for cutting and polishing in countries as varied as Armenia and Thailand, Botswana and China, Russia and Vietnam, Israel’s diamond processing is coming home.
Diamond financing in challenging times
Diamonds are unique but diamond businesses, in today’s world of financing, are not.
Sustainability of supply, financial robustness vital to diamond industry’s long-term success
De Beers Group, the world’s largest diamond miner by market value, is committed to major investments across the pipeline to secure future production capacity.
The allure of diamonds in a changing world
Major stakeholders in the diamond industry explore innovative ways to excite, engage and capture the next generation of consumers
Optimism in short supply in Israel as 2015 starts
What will 2015 bring? For the first time in many years, a survey of Israeli diamantaires looking ahead to the new year showed relatively scarce optimism.
Classic diamond jewellery with a twist
The way diamonds are sold and how their value is perceived has changed little over the past 70 years in the US. Despite the endless controversies within the diamond industry, retailers and consumers value diamonds based on the 4Cs and the emotional appeal of a sparkling gem.
De Beers: Asia’s middle class to fuel demand for diamonds
Asia’s middle-class consumers are poised to account for a bigger share in the global demand for diamond jewellery, thanks to their increasing affluence and growing interest in diamonds, according to De Beers Group CEO Philippe Mellier.
Rio Tinto shares mine-to-market journey of Argyle diamonds
Behind every diamond is a unique story, one that Rio Tinto is betting Chinese consumers are keen to hear. The company’s innovative “Diamonds With A Story” marketing initiative that promotes the unique provenance of its gems has resonated with the US jewellery trade and consumers, and now the miner is bringing this kind of storytelling to the world’s fastest-growing diamond market.
Zimbabwe woos foreign investors
Officials call on mining sector to launch sustainable economic activities that can generate employment and skills development in the country
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