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Rough and polished diamond sales totaled $40 million, down 85 percent when compared with last May.
Diamond businesses in Surat and Mumbai closed today in honor of Mehta, the “doyen of the Indian diamond industry.”
Hundreds of protestors are demanding Oxford’s Oriel College remove the statue of Cecil Rhodes.
She will serve under new President Edward Asscher and is set to succeed him in 2022.
Diamond jewelry sales in Asian markets are “bouncing back,” and the miner expects demand to increase as soon as July.
Set to run through the end of June, the offer ended early after more than 10,000 people enrolled in the free introductory courses.
The lab can now conclusively identify eight oyster species producing most pearls found in the natural and cultured pearl trade.
Gabrielle Grazi, who spent the last seven years with Signet, is the NDC’s new vice president, retail.
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