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Though there is no new definition for conflict, members of the Kimberley Process did pave the way for one nation to get back into the diamond trade at last week’s plenary in Johannesburg. Read more »
The shareholders of Hari Krishna Exports Pvt. Ltd., a De Beers Group sightholder and diamond and jewelry manufacturer, have earmarked some funds for a very important and altruistic purpose. Read more »
Gemfields’ auction of predominantly lower-quality rough emerald and beryl in Lusaka realized $16.4 million, a company record for lower-grade auctions.  Read more »
Gemesis announced recently that it has produced an even bigger colorless lab-grown diamond: a 1.87-carat G color, SI1 clarity princess-cut stone.   Read more »
It’s time again for the Kimberley Process’ annual plenary meeting, and process observers say a broader definition of “conflict” diamond doesn’t seem any closer to finding the support it needs to pass this year. Read more »
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