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GJEPC Organizes India Pavilion at Hong Kong International Diamond, Gem and Pearl Show 2017

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(Press Release) HONG KONG — The Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC), the apex body of the gems and jewelry industry in India, is organizing India Pavilion at the Hong Kong International Diamond, Gem and Pearl show from Feb. 28 to March 4 at AsiaWorld-Expo and at the Hong Kong International Jewellery Show March 2-6 at Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre (HKCEC).

GJEPC Chairman Praveenshankar Pandya said, “The Hong Kong Jewellery Show is one of the finest in the industry that caters to the key markets of Asia. Hong Kong is the second largest buyer of Indian Gem & Jewellery exports in the world and therefore, participation at this platform becomes imperative. India Pavilion has the best companies hand-picked by the council who will showcase India’s capabilities in terms of best diamond cuts and jewelry design. I hope, as every year, this time too we see fruitful results for our participants.”

This year, the India Pavilion will witness the top Indian manufacturers and retailers exhibiting a wide array of diamonds, gems and jewelry. Asia World Expo (AWE), which will host Hong Kong Gems, Diamond & Pearls Show 2017, will have India Pavilion presence in Hall Nos. 2 & 7 wherein 33 exhibitors will showcase loose diamonds in different cuts and shapes, and Hall No. 11 with 22 exhibitors will showcase gemstones in varied hues and colors. India Pavilion for finished jewelry comprising 38 exhibitors at Hall 5E and Hall 5CON of Hong Kong International Jewellery Show 2017 is organized at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre (HKCEC).

GJEPC, over the years, has played a significant role in boosting and promoting country’s exports through various initiatives and sustained programs.

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