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As the KP readies to green-light rough diamond exports from one area of the Central African Republic, the Enough Project’s Brad Brooks-Rubin says yes, the process can succeed there.
After years of discussion and collaboration with its members and stakeholders and the colored stone industry, the Responsible Jewellery Council said it will review its certification scope to include colored gemstones.
The Diamond Empowerment Fund has named two more honorees it will recognize at its “Diamonds Do Good” gala scheduled to take place in Las Vegas this June.
Light will be the first recipient of Diamond Empowerment Fund’s new Diamonds Do Good Lifetime Achievement Award, which he’ll receive during the organization’s gala in Las Vegas.
The mines minister has ordered a number of foreign companies to stop mining and vacate the country’s diamond-rich Marange fields because he says they are operating illegally.
The world’s largest retailer of diamond jewelry has launched an ambitious initiative that, over time, aims to assure that the millions of diamonds it buys every year come from identified sources.
JCK’s Yancy Weinrich and Signet Jewelers’ Ed Hrabak are the Diamond Empowerment Fund’s new secretary and vice president, respectively.
The United Arab Emirates’ Ministry of Economy has selected Ahmed Bin Sulayem, executive chairman of the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre Authority, for the position.
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