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A Diamond Anniversary
As Rio Tinto Diamonds commemorates five years in the Chinese market, JNA asked the miner to share its strategy and reflect on its milestones so far.
IDI to offer ‘Find Your Diamond’ in Chinese and English at September HK Fair
Find Your Diamond, the innovative trade show search platform created by the Israel Diamond Institute Group of Companies (IDI), is being expanded to include a Chinese version in addition to an English one. The Chinese system will be launched at the September Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair.
Lucara recovers ‘exceptional’ gems in Botswana
Canada-based Lucara Diamond Corporation said its Karowe Mine in Botswana continues to produce exceptional diamonds with the recent recovery of a Type IIa 336-carat stone.
Lucapa unearths more large diamonds at Lulo
Lucapa Diamond Co Ltd of Australia recovered five large diamonds from the BLK_08 area of the Lulo Diamond Concession in Angola.
Driving up diamond brand equity vital to industry’s future, DDC official says
Dominion Diamond Corporation (DDC) is firing on all cylinders as it continues to invest in some of the richest diamond pipes in the world, ratchets up its CanadaMark diamond hallmark programme, and co-founds the Diamond Producers Association with six other diamond producers.
Rockwell outlines plans following Bondeo acquisition
Rockwell Diamonds of Canada will focus on rebuilding its production profile and delivering further growth and business opportunities after acquiring Bondeo 140 CC’s properties.
De Beers unveils winners of Shining Light Awards
Winners of the 18th Shining Light Awards, sponsored by The De Beers Group of Companies, dazzled the crowd at the grand finale in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Scarselli highlights extraordinary gems
Famous for its collection of spectacular fancy coloured diamonds and finished fancy coloured diamond jewellery, New Yorkbased Scarselli Diamonds,Inc is showcasing some of its one-of-a-kind jewels at the September Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair.
HRD Antwerp sustains growth momentum
HRD Antwerp recently welcomed its new chief executive officer, Peter Macken. Macken, who held various management positions in Europe over the last 30 years, holds an MBA from the University of Chicago in addition to a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Leuven. He is a member of the Belgian American Educational Foundation.
Diamond certification authority appoints China chief
Strengthening its presence in the Greater China region, HRD Antwerp has tapped Wayne Wang as managing director for its China operations. Wang, who held key positions in a number of diamond companies in China and Hong Kong, shares with JNA HRD Antwerp’s growth plans in the region.
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