New PDF release: The Global Diamond Industry: Economics and Development
By Roman Grynberg, Letsema Mbayi
The worldwide Diamond undefined: Economics and improvement brings jointly a set of papers masking numerous elements of the diamond together with economics, legislations, background, sociology and improvement throughout volumes.
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A combination of professions is sometimes seen; in particular, some brokers may accumulate a small stock of diamonds and trade them not on commission, but for capital gain. Some dealers simultaneously work as brokers in the market. A sightholder makes one of the following decisions in regard to the diamonds in a lot that he has acquired: processing them independently, producing cut diamonds from them, reselling the diamonds to another dealer, possibly in a lot with other stones (which may have been acquired previously), adding a markup when doing so; or hiring brokers, entering into a contract (often informal) with them, to resell the diamonds to other dealers or faceting plants.
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The Global Diamond Industry: Economics and Development Volume I by Roman Grynberg, Letsema Mbayi