This review further shows that there is less financing for the industry. Back in 2002 the total was $7 billion, rising to $10 billion in 2008, toping $16 billion by 2013 and then reduced to $13 billion in 2017 and now to $11 billion in 2019. This is hard on some, while others see it as an opportunity to come into a luxury market. Online sales are at a 5-10% market share so there is plenty of opportunity to grow online sales. There is also a further analysis about Lab Grown Diamonds (LGD) and its impact on the industry as a whole. Prices of LGD have decreased a further 5-10% from 2018, which demonstrates that they are not of investment value. To read the full report please press here.
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