Rubel & Ménasché, French diamantaire
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News from the Diamond Industry
The countries that are leading in the global diamond production, cutting&polishing and trading are widely viewed as the world diamond centres. Diamond mining countries, cutting&polishing centres and rough and polished diamond trade hubs are among them.
GIA will open a new laboratory in Surat, India, and expand its long-term presence in Antwerp, Belgium, in the second quarter of 2018 to meet the needs of the global gem and jewelry industry.
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Diamond market overview Overall volumes were thin over the past week, following the Christmas break. Most traders are optimistic about the start of the year, following a decline in prices during 2017.
The European Union will take over chairmanship of the Kimberley Process in 2018, according to the diamond certification scheme’s final 2017 communiqué, which was issued following its year-end Plenary in Brisbane, Australia.
In a year of soaring stock prices, US retail shares largely underperformed in 2017 as consumers (and investors) abandoned traditional shopping channels in favor of e-commerce platforms.
Alrosa is considering implementing blockchain or other technology ideas for its rough and polished stones to address challenges with conflict diamonds and undisclosed synthetics, the miner told Rapaport News.
A who’s who of the appointments and disappointments in the industry this year. The past year has seen a number of changes in management-level employees within the diamond industry. Here’s a breakdown of the new faces and departures for 2017
Bain & Company’s seventh annual Global Diamond Report finds rough diamond players are likely to increase their marketing spend by about 50 percent over previous years to promote the diamond story.
The Antwerp World Diamond Centre (AWDC) and Bain & Company have released their seventh annual global diamond report, covering 2016 and the first half of 2017.