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As part of the trillion-dollar spending bill passed Friday, Congress made permanent legislation that allows retailers to write off store improvements over a 15-year period.
The Alliance for Responsible Mining and the Norwegian Mint teamed up in hopes that a Fairmined medal will bring awareness to issues faced by artisanal and small-scale gold miners across the globe.
The forum on sustainability and responsible sourcing, scheduled for March in New York City, has started accepting registrants following the launch of its updated website.
Nine associations have come together to create the United States Jewelry Council, enabling them to work together more closely to represent the interests of the U.S. jewelry industry.
The breach that turned a Colorado river orange this week has environmental groups and some lawmakers stressing the need to overhaul the 143-year-old law that still governs hard-rock mining.
The Responsible Jewellery Council has named longtime De Beers executive Andrew Bone as its executive director.
Like the hotly contested Pebble mine in Alaska, the KSM project in British Columbia is a huge open-pit gold mine that is drawing opposition from a number of organizations.
Another bill designed to close the loophole that allows online retailers to avoid charging sales tax in certain states was introduced in Congress this week.
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