As the world’s largest diamond producer, De Beers is working to raise ethical standards for the entire industry through its Best Practices Principles Assurance programme

The need to reduce the environmental and social impact of gold and mineral mining is changing the way many luxury goods companies do business. Almost all diamonds sold in western countries are certified conflict-free through the 15-year-old Kimberley Process, while the Dodd-Frank Act in the US requires companies to...

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diamonds  supply chains  Conflict minerals  De Beers 

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