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- 16/01/2019 -
Trade After BREXIT: EORI Number Required Wednesday, 16 January, 2019 Diamond Office

HANDEL NA BREXIT: EORI-NUMMER NOODZAKELIJK

COMMERCE APRÈS LE BREXIT: NUMÉRO EORI INDISPENSABLE

- 27/12/2018 -
Warnings Fake KPC's - Waarschuwingen Valse KPC's 2018 Thursday, 27 December, 2018 Diamond Office

Find an overview of all notices issued in 2018 by the Federal Public Service Economy, EU KP Authority, Belgium, related to of fake KP Certificates in the pdf below

- 10/12/2018 -
Latest AWDC Bain Report Published: The Global Diamond Industry 2018 Monday, 10 December, 2018 AWDC, Market Research, Diamond data
AWDC and Bain publish The Global Diamond Industry 2018: "A resilient industry shines through"

The eighth annual global diamond report from Bain & Company and the Antwerp World Diamond Centre finds that the diamond industry – just like the luxury market – remains resilient against global socio-economic turmoil. Following a period of volatility, Bain writes, the global diamond industry regains its luster with 2 percent growth in 2017.

- 02/05/2018 -
Aanbod Antwerp’s Most Brilliant-juweliers breidt verder uit Thursday, 26 April, 2018 Antwerp News, CSR & Compliance

In februari 2014 lanceerden de stad Antwerpen en Antwerp World Diamond Centre het kwaliteitslabel voor juweliers: Antwerp’s Most Brilliant. Onlangs werden de tiende auditronde en de vijfde herauditronde afgesloten. Eén bijkomende juwelierszaak behaalde het label: Orsini Diamonds. Dat brengt het totale aantal op 25 juwelierszaken. Er vonden ook 7 heraudits plaats bij Wouters & Hendrix, Adelin, Diamondland, Juwelier Slaets, Juwelenhuis Ruys, Juwelen Orogem en Diamani Jewels. Om de gelabelde en geïnteresseerde juweliers zo goed mogelijk te ondersteunen maakte de stad ook werk van een nieuwe webpagina www.ondernemeninantwerpen.be/diamant.Hierop kunnen juweliers terecht voor meer info en enkele portretten van de huidige lichting Antwerp’s Most Brilliant-juweliers.

- 14/03/2018 -
Belgium the leading importer of Canadian diamonds Tuesday, 13 March, 2018 events, News item

Ottawa, 13 March 2018 – Diamond is the most important product in the trade relations between Belgium and Canada. Diamonds represent 21% of all Canadian imports to Belgium. In the Canadian Museum of Nature, King Filip and Queen Mathilde were immersed in the process of diamond mining in the Northwest Territories, the area responsible for 90% of diamond production in Canada.

- 08/03/2018 -
CARAT+ welcomes Antwerp World Diamond Centre (AWDC) as Main Partner for 2018 edition Thursday, 8 March, 2018 Antwerp News

United by a shared commitment to Antwerp as the ‘Diamond Capital of the World’, AWDC will host a series of unique events before and during CARAT+ 2018 to highlight the city’s world-renowned diamond heritage and expertise.

- 22/02/2018 -
AWDC Board Appoints New President Thursday, 22 February, 2018 News item

The Antwerp World Diamond Centre (AWDC), the industry organization representing the interests of 1,600 diamond companies in Antwerp, has appointed Nishit (Bali) Parikh as its new President, replacing outgoing President Stéphane Fischler. The Board of Directors also appointed Freddy Inzlicht and Samir Mehta as Vice- Presidents, respectively representing the bourses and the trade.

- 14/02/2018 -
Antwerp diamond trade stabilizes in 2017 Monday, 5 February, 2018 News item

After a very difficult 2015, the Antwerp diamond trade stabilized in 2016. This trend continued over past year as the industry traded a total of $US46 billion in diamonds. In 2017, a total of 233.6 million carats of diamonds were imported to and exported from Antwerp. This again represents an increase in the volume of diamonds traded, with a particularly notable increase in the rough diamonds sector.

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