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December 8, 2015
In 2015, Bain & Co. reviews the challenges the diamond industry has been facing for the last 18 months or so, while also reviewing their supply and demand estimates with an extension to their timeline going into 2030. Bain & Co. is discussing the minor increase in overall growth for the industry, while discussing also the short term slowdown of the Chinese market. It discusses the decline in rough diamond prices as well as the decrease in prices for polished diamonds. Bain & Co. is showing optimism of the industry.

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June 15, 2015
“The next significant boom and sustainability of the fancy color industry will be from the investment community and not the consumer community. Investment players will buy to hold and increase wealth, understanding the long-term implications of [...]”

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May 14, 2014
“The hottest market for Investment purposes are diamonds worth $100,000 to $500,000, which is a price range where investors can better afford the gems and also can be more easily find a buyer if they decide to sell.”

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December 27, 2013
In 2013, Bain & Co. explores the Supply chain of the industry, from the mining, and rough market, to the polishing sector, trading in polished diamonds and the major centres of trading globally. it then goes on to explore the jewellery retailing sector. it finally goes on into reviewing each major player at every step of the value chain. it ends the report with reviewing the global rough supply and demand globally until 2023.

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December 2, 2011
Back in 2011, Bain & Co. was commissioned to review the Diamond industry. it starts off by reviewing the history and origin of diamonds, common uses, from a gemological perspective. it goes on to review the diamond industry from a marketing perspective, the impact of DeBeers on the industry, and the Kimberly Process. From there it goes on explaining the Value chain within the industry, from rough state, to polishing, trading and jewellery making. it further reviews the impact of the industry on global economy, and the future prospect for the next 10 years, both on supply and demand. it concludes with reviewing Synthetic diamonds, its implications as well as the transformation of the industry moving forward.

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