60% of the country's rough diamonds enter and exit from Guangdong ports, and global diamond giants gather in Yangcheng to discuss "drilling"
Global diamond giants gather in Guangzhou. The day before yesterday, the 2014 plenary meeting of the Kimberley Process was held in Guangzhou. A total of 300 representatives from 43 members and 70 countries from all over the world, the World Diamond Council, the African Diamond Producers Alliance, the Diamond Development Initiative and the Civil Society Alliance attended the meeting. It is reported that the meeting will last for four days.
In recent years, China has gradually developed into the world's most important diamond processing base. According to statistics, in 2013, China's mainland and Hong Kong Special Administrative Region imported and exported a total of 53.15 million carats of rough diamonds, worth 5.29 billion US dollars, ranking fourth in the world by weight, second only to the European Union, India and the United Arab Emirates. Among them, the import and export ports of rough diamonds are mainly concentrated in Guangdong, Shanghai, Shandong and other places, of which the business volume of the four ports in Guangdong exceeds 60% of the country.
Guangdong is the largest diamond processing center in China. Statistics from the Guangdong Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau show that from January to September this year, 785 batches of rough diamonds entered and left Guangdong Province, totaling 1.54 million carats and 0.767 billion US dollars. In terms of batch, weight and amount, they account for 48%, 48% and 71% of the import and export business of rough diamonds in mainland China, respectively.
At the opening ceremony, Wei Chuanzhong, chairman of the Kimberley Process in 2014, Zhao Yufang, vice governor of Guangdong Province, Chen Jianhua, mayor of Guangzhou, and Zhan Siming, director of Guangdong Inspection and Quarantine Bureau, jointly unveiled the Guangzhou Diamond Trading Center. According to reports, with the holding of the Kimberley Process, the Guangdong diamond industry will step up the exploration of building a diamond trading platform, and gradually develop into a modern international diamond industry center integrating diamond bonded trading, processing, exhibition and trade, and design.
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Dr. Yuan Zhizhong, Chairman of Bench Diamond Technology, gave a lecture entitled "Identification of Gem Diamonds Cultivated by CVD Method" at the Appraisal Institute on the 11.9 at the invitation of the Appraisal Institute of Taiwan Gemological Institute. In the lecture, Yuan Dong introduced in detail the historical principles of CVD diamonds and their development status, and introduced in detail several methods to distinguish CVD diamonds from natural diamonds on how to identify gem-grade CVD diamonds that participants are concerned about! Yuan Dong's wonderful speech was well received by the participants!
Dr. Yuan Zhizhong, Chairman of Bench Diamond Technology, was invited by Hangzhou International Jewelry City to attend an academic symposium on November 19, 2013. At the symposium, Yuan Dong gave a speech entitled "International Situation and Identification of CVD Synthetic Diamonds" on the current situation of CVD synthetic diamonds that jewelers are concerned about and how to distinguish CVD diamonds from natural diamonds. In the speech, Yuan Dong introduced in detail the history of CVD diamonds, the international situation of CVD diamonds and the commonly used identification methods of CVD diamonds, and answered some questions raised by jewelers. Mr. Yuen's speech was well received by the participants, and all jewelers said they benefited.