The volume offers more than 800 new styles from engagement rings to anniversary bands.
"The project’s overall potential extends not only to preserving the climate but also to restoring Yakutia’s biodiversity."
The aim is to increase business, technological, scientific and technical cooperation.
This includes constructing new cultural, educational, healthcare and sports facilities, world-class training for children, and promoting environmental protection.
The goal is to increase responsibility and transparency across the company's diamond mining and production operations.
This investment constitutes around 8% of ALROSA’s total revenue for the year.
The report summarizes the company’s social and economic progress in Yakutia, Russia, which is home to 90% of Alrosa’s operations.
This laser marking cannot be destroyed or polished off compared to traditional laser engraving.
The new remuneration system aimed to motivate the Board members to focus on long-term strategic objectives and sustainable development goals.
It was number 7 last year.
It allows its clients to view goods remotely in a real-time with the assistance of ALROSA’s experts.
It is estimated to be 120-230 million years old.
And don't miss this new diamond Inspector from ALROSA.
The company offers over 800 rough diamonds from 5-10 carats batches.
The event was held as a part of the American Gem Society’s Spring Webinar Series.
The auction takes place between March 23 and April 6.
Three optical methods help identify fake diamonds.
Almost 1,400 samples were involved in the process.
Study is based on the official reports of companies who mine precious metals and rough diamonds.
Police have located $3 million in diamonds and $2.5 million in cash.
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