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Jewellery exports rise 25% in Apr-May

After five years of subdued demand abroad, India's export of gems and jewellery have begun rising again, going by the first two months of the current financial year. In April and May, these rose 25.6 per cent in dollar terms ($5,789 million) and ... India Brand Equity Foundation, 1 day ago
Jewellery exports rise 25% in April-May Smart Investor, 1 day ago

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Brazilian mines and its pricey gems under fire

SO JOSÉ DA BATALHA, Brazil (Thomson Reuters Foundation) Neon blue Paraiba tourmalines have adorned jewelery worn on the red carpet by Hollywood actresses Emily Blunt and Salma Hayek and US singer Taylor Swift. But behind the dazzling gemstones ...
 Jerusalem Post4 days ago Brazilian mines produce world's priciest gems under fire  Sharenet1 week ago Brazilian mines produce worlds priciest gems under fire  Reuters UK1 week ago
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Mandatory PAN for purchases over Rs 2 lakh hits jewellery trade

14-06-201614:10PM AOJ E-NEWS : More than half the organised jewellery trade has been impacted during the last few months, due to the government's decision to make PAN Card mandatory for transactions over Rs 2 lakh, said G V Sreedhar, chairman ...
 Art of Jewellery1 week ago Jewellery industry hit by mandatory PAN Card for purchases over Rs 2 lakh  Business Standard India1 week ago
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Jaitley rules out rollback of excise duty on jewellery

The government will not roll back 1% excise duty on gold jewellery, finance minister Arun Jaitley has said of the decision that prompted jewellers to go strike for more than a month. Rejecting opposition parties demand, the minister said on ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Jewellers back on strike in Delhi, other major cities  Greater Kashmir1 month ago Jewellers back on strike, shops shut for 3 days on excise duty  Financial Express1 month ago Govt yet to form panel for probing jewellers' issues  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Jewellers, bullion traders resume strike

: Keeping in view the ongoing Parliament session, jewellers and bullion traders in the Capital on Monday restarted their strike against the Centre's proposal of levying one per cent excise duty on non-silver jewellery. Jewellers also staged a ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Most jewellers back to business after six-week stir

After keeping shutters down for almost six weeks against the proposed 1 per cent excise duty on non-silver jewellery, a large section of jewellers and bullion traders across the country opened their shops today. While some jewellery shops and showrooms were ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Jewellery exports rise 25% in April-May

Expected to decline on lack of improvement in fundamentals and uncertainty over global economic growth Copy tiny URL to save and share articles. After five years of subdued demand abroad, India's export of gems and ...
 Business Standard India2 days ago

Benchmarks continue weak trade on global worries

SENSEX 26525.46 200.88 0.75% NIFTY 8140.75 65.85 0.80% Indian equity benchmarks continued their weak trade in the late afternoon session on account of negative global cues. Brexit concerns are back to the fore after US Federal ...
 Finalaya.com1 week ago Benchmarks enlarge losses; Sensex slips below 26500 mark  Finalaya.com1 week ago

Markets to get a cautious start, may see some recovery in later trader

SENSEX 26559.94 166.40 0.62% NIFTY 8159.50 47.10 0.57% The Indian markets rallied in last session, supported by lower level buying in value stocks, while some sector related development too supported the markets to move higher.
 Finalaya.com1 week ago

Gold glitters again

Consumers and manufacturers of gold jewellery and ornaments have been cautious about doing business in the last six months. The reasons: the government's decision to make a PAN card mandatory for transactions over Rs 2 lakh and uncertainty of excise ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
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