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Your Jewellery can be a long-lasting piece of your valuables if you take good care of it, while wearing and storing, avoid exposure to harmful environments and ensure regular cleaning. Here are out tips to help you care for your jewellery.

Diamond Ring

The Kimberley Process (KP) participants are states and regional economic integration organizations that are eligible to trade in rough diamonds. As from November 2018, there are 55 participants representing 82 countries, with the European Community counting as a single participant. The participants include all major rough diamond producing, exporting and importing countries. The diamond industry, through the World Diamond Council, and civil society groups are also integral parts of the KP. These organisations have been involved since the start and continue to contribute to its effective implementation and monitoring.

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The Kimberley Process (KP) participants are states and regional economic integration organizations that are eligible to trade in rough diamonds. As from November 2018, there are 55 participants representing 82 countries, with the European Community counting as a single participant. The participants include all major rough diamond producing, exporting and importing countries. The diamond industry, through the World Diamond Council, and civil society groups are also integral parts of the KP. These organisations have been involved since the start and continue to contribute to its effective implementation and monitoring.

Conflict diamonds, also known as ‘blood' diamonds, are rough diamonds used by rebel movements or their allies to finance armed conflicts aimed at undermining legitimate governments.

The Kimberley Process (KP) participants are states and regional economic integration organizations that are eligible to trade in rough diamonds. As from November 2018, there are 55 participants representing 82 countries, with the European Community counting as a single participant. The participants include all major rough diamond producing, exporting and importing countries. The diamond industry, through the World Diamond Council, and civil society groups are also integral parts of the KP. These organisations have been involved since the start and continue to contribute to its effective implementation and monitoring.