Drop in India Orders Dents Sarine Sales

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Sarine Technologies saw a slight decline in revenue during the second quarter after orders for its diamond-mapping units fell in India.

New law to attract investments in Angola’s diamond sector

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A government policy on the marketing and promotion of Angolan diamonds that is expected to attract foreign investments in the local sector has been enacted into law, according to...

H.K. Designs gets exclusive worldwide license for innovative diamond setting

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H.K. Designs Inc has been appointed the exclusive manufacturer and supplier of ‘Endless Diamond’ and the patented Touch Set diamond setting, under an agreement signed with Fantasy Diamond Corp.

GJEPC, SRDE ink MoU to boost cooperation

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The Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC) and the Shenzhen Rough Diamond Exchange (SRDE) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) aimed at strengthening cooperation between the two organisations.

Kingold Sees Spike in China Gold Demand

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Sales and profit increased at Kingold Jewelry in the second quarter as the China-based gold supplier introduced new products to meet growing demand for the yellow metal.

JA Hires Duo to Improve Engagement

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Jewelers of America (JA) has hired two consultants who will focus on enhancing the US trade association’s communications with members and consumers.  Elizabeth Brewer — who...

Sarine Sales Fall Amid Lower Equipment Demand

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Sarine Technologies saw a slight drop in revenue during the second quarter after orders for its diamond-mapping units fell in India, the company said Sunday.

Weak Rupee Raises Hopes for Indian Exports

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A weaker rupee against the US dollar has helped boost exports to leading markets such as the US and China, attendees at the India International Jewellery Show (IIJS) reported. 

India, China Aim to Tighten Trade Ties

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India’s Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC) will open an office in China’s Shenzhen Rough Diamond Exchange (SRDE) in an effort to promote trade between the countries.

Weaker Canadian Dollar Hits Mountain Province

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Mountain Province recorded a net loss in the second quarter as the weaker Canadian dollar inflated its debt levels. The loss amounted to $4.8 million...