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Ahmed Bin Sulayem is reportedly the first acting KP chairman to pay a visit to the nation, which only recently was allowed to begin exporting diamonds again.
The American Gem Trade Association has initiated a project to fight the rise of the disease that results from workers inhaling airborne silica dust.
Shipments of rough diamonds from the Berbérati area of the Central African Republic have resumed on the recommendation of a KP monitoring team.
De Beers’ diamond brand announced that its holiday marketing campaign will aim to drive consumers into stores through product-specific advertising featuring two-stone jewelry.
The California-based jewelry designer has created a new look for the Diamond Empowerment Fund’s Green Bracelet.
The National Geographic photographer spoke at Town & Country’s Philanthropy Summit about meeting with beneficiaries of Forevermark’s responsible sourcing efforts in Africa.  
They are the Maendeleo Diamond Standards, after the word that means development and progress in Swahili.
The Antwerp World Diamond Centre issued a warning to members to be on the lookout for fraudulent Kimberley Process certificates from Sierra Leone after one surfaced in the Far East.
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