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The March 11 event will also feature a conversation with key leaders from the diamond-producing nation of Botswana.
The World Diamond Council reminds the trade that rough diamond exports from the Central African Republic remain restricted to a handful of “green zones.”
The government says they are wholly owned subsidiaries of a conglomerate owned or controlled by the Burmese military, which was behind the recent coup.
The bus was transporting workers from the mine to their homes in the country’s lowlands region.
Gwyneth Borden will take charge of the lab-grown diamond company’s public policy agenda.
She succeeds Anna Martin and will be supported by Vice President Kathy Corey, co-owner of Day’s Jewelers.
It’s been almost a week since a shaft at the Ran Mine in Bindura caved in with an estimated 40 people inside.
The initiative’s inaugural project is a design challenge culminating in an auction to benefit three organizations focused on justice and equity in the industry.
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