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China slowdown taking the sheen off Indias global diamond hub
International Business Times India

China slowdown taking the sheen off Indias global diamond hub

A year ago, Indias diamond capital hit the headlines when one of the largest polishing companies in the western city of Surat treated hundreds of employees to bonuses in the form of Fiat cars, apartments and jewellery. In 2015, theres no sign of a ... International Business Times India, 1 week ago
Recession gives Surat diamond industry a hard time Economic Times, 2 months ago

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Idex Online, 1 month ago

Diamond city Surat loses sheen, braces for a dull Diwali

With Diwali approaching, Deepak Patel would have expected nothing short of a grand bonus - but not this year. The sheen of the diamond city of Surat is wearing off, at least for the time being. The diamond industry, which is known to reward its employees in a ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago

Defaults, lay-offs take sheen off Surat's diamond sector

Sources say of the 4,000 units in Surat, about half have been shut. Image: A model wears a 50.05-carat heart-shaped D-Colour internally flawless diamond pendant. Photograph: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters. The image is used for representational purpose only. With the diamond sector in Surat recording hundreds of crores of losses and payment defaults on the rise, a cloud of uncertainty looms over workers in India’s diamond capital. Sources estimate 70-80 per cent of them have been affected by ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
Times of India

Sluggish diamond, ceramic business fueling Patel unrest

AHMEDABAD: The Patels have been cheerleaders of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's much-debated 'Gujarat Model' of development. "Nine out of 11 diamonds sold across the world are polished in Gujarat," Modi used to say. He'd also proudly mention Morbi, a ...
 Times of India1 month ago Sluggish diamond business fueling Patel unrest  Times of India1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Pithampur: Skilled labour a must for Diamond Park

The success of the Diamond Park project, experts say, will depend on the availability of skilled manpower as diamond cutting and polishing is a specialised job, even as the MP state cabinet has cleared it. The proposed gems and jewellery park ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
The Atlantic Cities

What Surat Learned From a Preventable Flood

After a major flood, this Indian city decided it would not allow itself to become a disaster statistic once again. SURAT, India—Walk around Surat, the diamond capital of India, and it is impossible not to notice HFL 8.8.2006 scrawled on many ...
 The Atlantic Cities4 weeks ago
Jeweller Magazine

Diamond fraud exposed

The GIA has reportedly banned a diamond manufacturer suspected of committing fraud Posted August 11, 2015 | By Stephanie Chan • Journalist Transparency continues to be a critical factor in ...
 Jeweller Magazine1 month ago
The Freepress Journal

Hardik Patel row: Economic, not caste-based

12:47 am The Hardik Patel phenomenon seems to have caught everyone by surprise. That lakhs of Gujaratis should protest in unison all over the state at the command of someone who till a few weeks ago was little known outside his immediate circle of ...
 The Freepress Journal1 week ago Paradox of the Patel reservation protests  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
Indian Express

Gujarat mobile internet ban: business takes a hit

The ban is likely to be effective until Saturday in some volatile areas. CRPF soldiers march in market areas as life returns to normalcy in the sensitive Bapunagar area after the clashes, in Ahmedabad on Friday. (Source: PTI photo) Businesses ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
International Business Times UK

India: Who are the Patels and why are they demanding downward mobility in Gujarat?

As the unrest in Gujarat continues to dominate India's headlines with members of the Patidar community led by 22-year-old Hardik Patel turning out en masse to demand categorisation as Other Backward Classes (OBCs), or affirmative action, IBTimes ...
 International Business Times UK1 month ago
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