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ALROSA to sell stones to Russian cutters without VAT
The Finance Ministry expects that this will help the industry
ALROSA will hold an auction for the sale of large diamonds in Israel
Moscow, August 16, 2018 - ALROSA, the world’s largest diamond miner, will hold an auction for the sale of special size rough diamonds (weighing over 10.8 carats) in Israel in the period from August 19 to September 6, 2018.
ALROSA’s revenue from diamond sales in May grew 33% up to USD 472.1 million
Public Joint Stock Company ALROSA, the world leader in diamond mining, has announced diamond sale results for May and the first five months of 2017.
Arctic deposits of diamonds - for tourists
The authorities of Yakutia plan to open Arctic deposits of diamonds for tourists, creating new tour routes on the territory of the Mirny region. Rishat Yuzmukhametov, head of the region, informed TASS.
Chinese consumers are willing to buy diamond jewelry next year more often than Americans – research
ALROSA, the world leader in diamond mining, and GfK research company conducted an extensive research of diamond consumers in the US and China. Among other things, it demonstrates that consumers of both countries are interested in buying diamonds, they are planning to buy them in the future, and that they purchase for themselves much more often than as a gift.
Evgeny Agureev heads ALROSA rough diamond sales
Evgeny Agureev appointed as Director of the United Selling Organization of ALROSA, the Company’s sales division. Before the appointment he was Vice President of Sberbank.
IDWI 2017 opens to a packed IDE Trading Hall
The Sixth International Diamond Week in Israel (IDWI) opened yesterday to a packed trading hall at the Israel Diamond Exchange (IDE), with the participation of some 400 buyers from 30 countries, and over 200 diamond companies exhibiting from Israel and abroad, says a 'release' from the IDE.
Igor Sobolev: Net profit of ALROSA increased 7 times
ALROSA retains the status of the world leader in the diamond mining industry. Last year, the Company's net profit amounted to 148.7 billion rubles, which is 7 times higher than in 2015. This was announced on April 7 by First Vice-President, Executive Director of the Company Igor Sobolev at the meeting of the Economic Board of ALROSA in Mirny.
In 2017, ALROSA to sell 39 million carats
In 2017, ALROSA intends to sell 39 million carats of diamonds against 40.1 million carats in 2016, according to an analytical report by Sberbank Investment Research. The Company notes that the average selling prices, apparently, will remain more or less stable, FINAM reports.
Net profit of ALROSA increased by 7 times
Net profit of ALROSA under Russian accounting standards (RAS) in 2016 has increased by 7 times.
Rise in export of rough diamonds from Russia
The export of rough diamonds from the Russian Federation in the first half of 2018 amounted to 27.06 million carats, which is 2.3% higher than a year earlier, follows from the data of the Kimberley Process certificates published by the Ministry of Finance.
Sergey Ivanov: On Effectiveness of Production and Social Responsibility
About what results the company is finishing the year with, what he expects from the future, whether he plans to rebuild the Mir mine and what he thinks of synthetics, Sergey Ivanov, the Company's General Director, tells in an interview for Yakutia24.
The Head of Yakutia proposes introducing incentives for jewelry and lapidary industry in Russia
Concessional lending and other forms of support should be introduced for the development of jewelry and lapidary industry in Russia, Yakut leader Egor Borisov said in an interview with TASS.
The net profit of ALROSA increased by 19% to 52.2 billion rubles in the first half of the year
PJSC ALROSA has published its RAS financial statements for the first half of 2018
The only project in Russia for sale of single-piece rough diamonds presented in Yakutsk
The project for sale of piece diamonds to improve the diamond lapidary industry and jewelry of the country was presented for the first time in the territory of the Russian Federation - in Yakutsk. TASS was informed by Minister of Industry and Geology of the Republic Andrei Panov.
Yakutia has no plans to privatize its ALROSA shares
Yakutia has not changed its plans and does not plan to privatize its ALROSA shares, said Yakut leader Egor Borisov.
Yakutsk Diamond Trading Enterprise to be equipped with new sorting machines
At the Yakutsk Diamond Trading Enterprise of ALROSA (YAPTA), new diamond sorting machines will be installed, manufactured by the Burevestnik Innovation Center (part of the ALROSA Company Group) specifically for ALROSA. The equipment is designed for automatic sorting of diamonds in shape and color.
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