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De Beers has launched an advertising campaign spanning television, print and social media

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De Beers’ new campaign to stimulate diamond sales

Underscoring the importance it places on diamond branding, De Beers Group has announced a “major investment” in advertising for the Christmas-New Year trading period. Read more »
World Shiner has expanded its global presence with the opening of a new office in Auckland, New Zealand

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Diamond supplier targets New Zealand

Just months after announcing a number of changes to its Australian operations, a local diamond supplier has expanded across the Tasman in a bid to improve services within the market. Read more »
Eternity Diamonds' new marketing focuses on couples to encourage an emotional connection with consumers

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Australian diamond supplier relaunches brand

An Australian diamond and gemstone supplier is taking a new marketing approach with its diamond offering in an effort to meet expanding branded jewellery demands and gain a competitive edge over online retailers. Read more »
Issues confronting the diamond industry were discussed at JCK Las Vegas. Source: Argyle Pink Diamonds

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Retail margin pressure major challenge for diamond industry

The challenges and opportunities confronting suppliers and retailers in the diamond industry were hot topics at the recent JCK Las Vegas trade show. Read more »
The Diamond Producers Association will engage industry and non-industry organisations

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Diamond producers aim to stimulate industry

A new association comprising seven of the world’s major diamond mining companies is set to develop and promote the global diamond industry. Read more »
A 76-carat diamond has been unearthed at an Alrosa mine in Russia

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Huge diamond discovery made in Russia

Another large rough diamond – this time weighing 76 carats – has been discovered by one of the industry’s major diamond producers. Read more »
The Willows sapphire could be the largest natural yellow sapphire to be auctioned in Australia

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Rare Aussie sapphire heads to auction

A rare gemstone, said to be the largest natural yellow sapphire to ever be offered at auction in Australia, will go under the hammer next month. Read more »
Participants at the meeting discussed the potential remit and scope for a diamond association

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Diamond suppliers collaborate for industry first

Reports have emerged that the world’s key diamond suppliers will join forces to establish an association responsible for tackling major industry concerns. Read more »

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Diamond grading games: the search for consumer confidence

In the wake of the international controversy regarding diamond ‘over-grading' and the subsequent banning of EGL reports, GARRY HOLLOWAY presents solutions that would better serve the industry and build real consumer confidence. Read more »
ADTC has expanded in NSW with the opening of a new Sydney office

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Diamond dealer expands to meet strong demand

After what could be described as a difficult year for the local diamond industry, one supplier is ending 2014 on a positive note, having announced the opening of a new branch in response to strong demand. Read more »
Chow Tai Fook is reportedly seeking to expand in the diamond market

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Retail giant considers acquiring diamond mine

One of the world’s largest jewellery retailers is reportedly looking to secure its diamond supply through diamond mine acquisitions. Read more »
EGL is reorganising its international network and homogenising its grading standards

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EGL moves to change after industry uproar

European Gemological Laboratory, the network at the centre of the over-grading debate, is making an effort to homogenise its diamond grading standards as rumours emerge that its embattled “International” brand will soon cease to exist. Read more »
The platform was launched to provide a solution for "unfairly displaced" grading laboratories

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Banned diamond lab hits back with own trading network

One of the international grading laboratories recently banned from online diamond trading network RapNet has announced it will be establishing its own diamond trading platform. Read more »
An HSBC Bank subsidiary has been charged with fraud and money laundering

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Bank accused of money laundering for diamond dealers

An international bank has been charged with assisting Antwerp diamond dealers to hide money in offshore accounts to evade tax. Read more »
The JAA has released a list of "reputable" diamond grading laboratories to help retailers fight diamond over-grading

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Diamond grading furore continues; ‘approved’ lab list released

In the wake of international controversy surrounding the “over-grading” of diamonds, the JAA has published a list of “approved” laboratories while the World Federation of Diamond Bourses has stepped into the debate with a call for action. Read more »

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