The trade show concluded on October 16, 2020.
The amended policy condition shall also be applicable to pending imports of rough diamonds.
It is scheduled in October, this year.
The recovery is due to growth in demand for diamonds and jewelry in international markets.
The GJEPC is monitoring the situation closely and will base all future decisions on pipeline demand, ensuring a win-win for all stakeholders.
It ill be held on 27th and 28th, August 2020.
The new management will take charge starting June 23.
Read the GJEPC chairman's statement on this matter.
This is primarily to fight COVID-19.
“Fighting the Covid-19 should be the priority", chairman says.
15,000+ visitors from 325 Indian cities & 55 countries access 700+ Exhibitors & 1,300 booths.
The event was expected to attract more than 18,000 visitors.
Govt. exploring usage of unused SEZ land for jewelry parks.
This is to promote exports of diamond jewelry and gold jewelry from India.
87 international buyers to interact with leading Indian exporters.
Over 32 leading jewelry buyers from the US, Germany, UK, Ireland, Spain and New Zealand explore sourcing from Indian jewelry exporters at the meet in Mumbai.
Beneficiaries for this year’s donation were Indian Army Welfare, Tribal Integrated Development & Education Trust (TIDE) and Shrimad Rajchandra Love & Care (SRLC).
It will be with 40 leading G & J players.
The BSM between 12 – 14 June will witness international buyers from countries namely Algeria, Australia, Egypt, England, Ireland, Jordan, UAE, USA, Spain, Kuwait and Thailand.
"Shows turned out to be a crucial platform to improve our relationship and reach out to new buyers in and around Asia", GJEPC chairman says.
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