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Praveenshankar Pandya now is chairperson of India’s Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council, while Rosy Blue’s Russell Mehta was elected GJEPC vice chairperson.
Polished diamond prices continued their slide in September, with U.S. demand for diamonds described as steady but growth in other key markets restrained.
The diamond miner just announced a number of exceptional finds from its Lulo mine, including this big rock and eight other diamonds weighing more than 10 carats each.
Rio Tinto once again has four fancy reds in its annual tender of special stones from the Argyle in Western Australia, the mine that produces the vast majority of the world’s pink and red diamonds.
Despite a 2 percent increase in production, Petra Diamonds’ revenue decreased 10 percent to $425 million as a weaker diamond market and dependence on diluted mining areas affected performance.
KBC never made a good faith effort to sell Antwerp Diamond Bank because certain key players knew what authorities would find if they looked under the hood, a new article alleges.
A 357-carat white diamond recovered at the Letšeng mine in July sold for $19.3 million in Antwerp last week. 
Scio has just secured another round of funding, which it said will be used to continue product development and for working capital.
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