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Building a robust and resilient diamond industry
The diamond industry must focus on targeted investments if they are to make the most of the opportunities over the medium and long term, a senior De Beers official said at the second Dubai Diamond Conference organised by the Dubai Diamond Exchange and the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre in April.
New price trend index marks launch of Fancy Color Research Foundation
An index launched by the Fancy Color Research Foundation (FCRF) revealed that fancy coloured diamonds have delivered strong and consistent price increases, outperforming key global asset indices, since 2005.
Rockwell Diamonds sells Tirisano project in South Africa
Rockwell Diamonds of Canada recently sold its non-core Tirisano project in South Africa for $5.16 million.
Diamcor achieves $842k in Q4 2014 diamond sale
Diamcor Mining Inc of Canada has sold 4,619.11 carats for $842,419 for an average price of $182.38 per carat during the fourth quarter that ended on March 31.
Lucapa recovers 63-carat diamond at Lulo
Australia-based Lucapa Diamond Co Ltd recently unearthed a 63.05-carat diamond from the alluvial mining operations at the Lulo Diamond Concession in Angola.
Stellar Diamonds applies for mining licence for Tongo project
Stellar Diamonds Plc is applying for a licence to mine its 100 percent-owned Tongo dyke-1 kimberlite project in eastern Sierra Leone.
Botswana Diamonds expands exploration
Botswana Diamonds is expanding its operations in Central Botswana after obtaining three new mining licences.
Fascination with fancy coloured and fancy-cut diamonds
Fancy coloured and fancy-cut diamonds took centre stage at the Hong Kong International Diamond, Gem & Pearl Show in March, captivating jewellery lovers and connoisseurs from all over the world with their everlasting allure.
Israel opens diamond manufacturing facility
Leaders of the Israeli diamond sector recently launched an advanced “one-stop-shop” for diamond manufacturing, which industry stakeholders described as the first step in an ambitious plan to bring a large part of the offshore diamond polishing business back to Israel.
Reviving the diamond story
The diamond industry must find innovative ways to engage with younger consumers or risk losing them to other key luxury categories, a senior official with the Israel Diamond Institute Group of Companies (IDI) said recently.
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