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More source countries are moving to keep the value of their mineral resources in country. What does this mean for the colored stone sector both locally and around the globe?
But the mining company said sales picked up in the second half of the quarter, marking a “turning point” in destocking in the midstream.
The partnership brings DeBeers back into the secondhand market after it closed its own diamond buyback service in April.
The marketing executive previously worked with digital media giants ESPN and NBCUniversal.
The diamond miner’s outlook for the year is holding steady at 31 million carats.
It is the largest gem-quality rough the diamond miner has found in more than three years.
One-in-a-million natural colored diamonds command jaw-dropping amounts of money at auction. Overall prices are seeing a more modest increase.
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