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Russia's Alrosa reports $259 mln in September sales
Russia's Alrosa says plans to buy diamond polisher Kristall
Russia's Alrosa Supervisory Board Approves Withdrawal From Alrosa-Nyurba
AK Alrosa PAO (Aktsionernaya kompaniya ALROSA PAO or ALROSA Company PJSC), formerly AK Alrosa OAO, is a Russia-based company which is principally engaged in the exploration, mining, manufacture and sales of diamonds. Its operations include five Integrated Mining and Processing Complexes: Mirny, Udachny, Aikhal, Anabar and Nyurba located in the Sakha Republic; sorting divisions and diamond cutting and polishing division. The Company is a member of variable diamonds associations. It operates through several representative offices, branches and subsidiaries, including Alrosa-Nyurba OAO, Almazy Anabara OAO and Severalmaz OAO.
Ozerkovskaya naberezhnaya, d. 24
Anton Germanovich Siluanov
Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Sergey Sergeevich Ivanov
General Director (CEO) - Chairman of the Management Board, Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Aysen Sergeevich Nikolaev
First Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Igor Vitalevich Sobolev
Member of the Management Board, First Deputy General Director - Managing Director
Sergey Vladimirovich Barsukov
Member of the Management Board, Deputy General Director
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Zimbabwe expects to increase diamond production to 11 million carats by 2023 from 3.2 million carats last year, the mines minister said on Monday, part of an ambitious plan to raise mining output and earn the country $12 billion a year.
Zimbabwe expects to increase diamond production to 11 million carats by 2023 from 3.2 million carats last year, the mines minister said on Monday.
The former head of a Siberian diamond mine owned by Alrosa where eight men were killed in a flood two years ago was found dead in a pre-trial detention centre on Tuesday, a day after he was arrested, Russian investigating authorities said.
Rio Tinto <RIO.AX><RIO.L> is exploring for diamonds in Canada as part of its plans to stay in the sector despite the looming closure of its Argyle mine in Australia, known for extremely rare pink diamonds, the firm's head of copper and diamonds said.
Russia's Alrosa <ALRS.MM> is talking to several global jewelery retailers about jointly marketing the miner's jewelery brand that uses fluorescent diamonds, as it strives to create a new niche for the natural stones.
Russian police uncovered around $3 million worth of stolen diamonds, and over $2.5 million in cash, at the homes of a criminal ring operating inside state-controlled diamond producer Alrosa, authorities said on Monday.
Mined diamonds are less carbon-intensive than man-made, but their producers should use more green energy, according to a study commissioned by the natural diamond industry, highlighting tensions between the mined and lab-grown sectors.
Lucara Diamond Corp, which has recovered two of the largest diamonds in recent history, is turning to technology to ensure growth in an industry where new mine acquisitions remain elusive.
Russian state-controlled miner Alrosa, the world's biggest producer of rough diamonds in terms of carats, expects a drop in its sales in 2019 due to weaker demand for polished diamonds from China, a senior company official told Reuters.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission, which investigates allegations of deceptive advertising, has sent warning letters to eight companies to insist they distinguish in advertisements between diamonds from mines and those made in laboratories, it said on Tuesday.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission, which investigates allegations of deceptive advertising, said on Tuesday that it has sent warning letters to eight companies insisting that they distinguish in advertisements between diamonds that come from mines and those made in laboratories...
* U.S. target market for growth, aims to double activity annually
Russian state-controlled diamond producer Alrosa said on Friday its 2018 net profit rose 15 percent to 90.4 billion roubles ($1.4 billion), as a fall in sales volume was offset by stronger global prices.
The owner of one of the world's most famous diamond mines could be about a decade away from clearing its multi-million-dollar debts, in a sign of the struggles facing an industry assailed by synthetic rivals and uncertain demand.
* Mine owned by Petra Diamonds may take 5-10 years to clear debt
Zimbabwe's mines minister on Monday said the central bank governor would soon introduce a monetary policy tool to alleviate foreign currency shortages that have affected mining companies.
Sales by Russia's Alrosa , the world's largest producer of rough diamonds in carat terms, are lower than a year ago so far in January, its chief executive was quoted as saying by Interfax news agency on Wednesday.
Russian diamond giant Alrosa has set up a subsidiary in Zimbabwe to begin mining operations there, it said on Monday, more than two years after it shelved plans to expand into the southern African country.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Thursday:
Botswana Diamonds said it had bought joint venture partner Alrosa out of Sunland Minerals and was in talks about selling a stake in the project to another partner.
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