Gear up for better business opportunities
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Saturday,June 26 2021 [ Issue 4 June/ 2021 ]
Gear up for better business opportunities
This week has been big for miners from across the world, where some of the world’s rarest and biggest diamonds were mined. The global jewellery community is coming together digitally for three weeks of product discovery, inspiration and networking at Jewellery & Gem ASIA Hong Kong’s first-ever digital edition, JGA Virtual (17 June to 7 July). With pandemic number easing out in various parts of India, conditions are conducive for growth of business and world over reports about buying diamond jewellery with a vengeance are doing the rounds.

This is the time for the diamond industry to gear up for a better and stronger business round as profits will percolate in the coming quarters, hopefully way better than those witnesses last year.

 
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Highlights
The year was 1967. After Botswana was freed from Britain, Orapa, a large diamond mine was discovered by De Beers. Situated nearly 250 miles away from Gabarone, this is De Beers’ oldest operating mine, with the world&rsq
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De Beers Group announced the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auctions) for the fifth sales cycle of 2021. Owing to the restrictions on the movement of people and products in various jurisdictions ar
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People from across South Africa travelled to KwaHlathi in the country’s eastern KwaZulu-Natal province where villagers had been digging since June 12 after a herder discovered the first stone in an open field and put ou
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While the world seems to believe that E-commerce is the way ahead, luxury behemoth LVMH believes that physical stores will be the future of retail, in an interview with CNBC. “We see the future being two things: being m
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The global jewellery community is coming together digitally for three weeks of product discovery, inspiration and networking atJewellery & Gem ASIA Hong Kong’s first-ever digital edition, JGA Virtual (17 June to 7 J
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Lucara Diamond Corp. announced the recovery of a 1,174.76 carat diamond from its 100% owned Karowe Diamond Mine located inBotswana. The diamond, measuring 77x55x33mm, is described as a clivage gem of variable quality with sig
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To engage GIA alumni through continuous networking as well as opportunities to interact with industry leaders, GIA India organised its third virtual alumni guest session – the first in 2021–and witnessed great par
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After celebrating 180 years of trading in 2020, Laings is now looking ahead to build on its legacy as a leading destination for luxury jewellery and watches, with extensive expansion plans set to be unveiled across its key lo
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A rare pear-shaped diamond that is expected to fetch up to $15 million can be bought at auction next month using cryptocurrencies, Sotheby’s announced on Monday. Sotheby's said it would be first time a diamond of such s
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Lesotho’s diamonds are usually auctioned in Antwerp, Belgium. Buyers from as far as the Netherlands and Israel were joined by those from neighbouring South Africa and locals at the inaugural auction. Launched by Deputy
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Diacore, a company with diversified interests in the diamond industry providing rough and polished diamonds to customers around the world, recently purchased the Dancing Sun at the Christie's auction. The diamond was reported
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The gem and jewellery exports have taken a severe hit due to pandemic in 2020-21, but what the industry has achieved during this period is commendable which would help it further its growth in the long term. The industry has
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