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The next Antwerp Diamond Trade Fair is scheduled for Feb. 1 to 3, with the trading floors of the city's diamond bourses converted into exhibition spaces for the event.
Cote D’Ivoire, Colombia and Brazil are among the nations that have made significant progress to combat child labor in mines over the past year, a report from the U.S. Department of Labor states. 
Next month, members of the Israel Diamond Exchange will return to New York for another week-long trading event, bringing back with them their “Natural Is Real” campaign emphasizing the Israeli diamond industry’s commitment to mined, not lab-grown, stones. 
Alrosa, one of the world’s largest diamond mining companies, announced that President Fyodor Andreev is resigning for medical reasons. 
The third edition of Israel Diamond Week in New York has been scheduled to take place in mid-November to allow attendees to renew business between suppliers and clients. 
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