The Diamond Manufacturers and Importers Association of America (DMIA), established in 1931, is the leading organization of America’s premier diamond manufacturers, importers, and dealers. The DMIA’s membership also includes numerous companies servicing the diamond trade such as banks, shippers, insurers, and diamond grading laboratories. The DMIA is a “Not for Profit” corporation.
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Dear IDMA Members, Industry Colleagues and Friends,
The United States industry vacation time has arrived! First and foremost, we at IDMA wish all our colleagues on vacation a wonderful time! Safe travels! Europe and Israel, your vacations are next and around the corner!
Thankfully, the IDMA team members who attended the Kimberley Process Intersessional (KPI) in Antwerp, Belgium, are safely back home again. Reports on the KPI will be coming through during the following weeks.
Following up on the De Beers-Rapaport front, Martin Rapaport wrote a rebuttal to the letter sent by De Beers to its client base following Rap’s remarks about De Beers earlier this month during the JCK show. Once again, arrive at your own conclusions.
February 11th, 2020|Comments Off on Botswana pushes for more from De Beers diamond deal
Gobusamang Keebine, president of the country’s largest private sector lobby group, Business Botswana, says he hopes the latest talks will bring “tangible changes” to the relationship between the government and […]
February 11th, 2020|Comments Off on Diamond prices stable after year of declines
Diamond market conditions improved in December as US and Chinese holiday demand helped raise sentiment. Polished prices stabilized and improved for sizes under 1 carat, supported by shortages of G+, VS2+ […]