When the modern Olympic Games began in 1896 medals started to be given to successful competitors. Watch this CNN video which shows how the London 2012 Olympic ...
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The platinum industry has been trying to adapt to issues like a drop in prices for PGM metals, a rise in costs, and volatile labour conditions. Recently, repres...
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It is expected that the price of rough diamonds will remain the same in 2012. According to BMO Capital Markets this is because of the near-term uncertainty abou...
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For the month of February there have been a lot less orders taking place in the western markets which has caused a very stiff decline in jewellery and gemstone ...
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Due in large part to the high demand in both India and China, diamond prices are expected to remain stable for the remaining portion of 2012. This is according ...
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India has started to impose a tax of two percent on cut and polished diamondswhich are imported. This tax is effective immediately. This will not have an impact...
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Sri Lanka has a goal of increasing their exports of gems and jewellery. They export a variety of diamond jewellery products. They aim to up their exports up to ...
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Last month, the Oppenheimer dynasty left the diamond industry, bringing an end to their decades of involvement as a family. They finally made an agreement to gi...
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A report from Lonrho Mining has stated that the company has unearthed a stunning 53.25 carat diamond from their Lulo project which is located in Angola. Th...
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