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  • The socio-economic club hosted the historian Profe
    On 09.10.2018 the Socio-Economic Club hosted historian and professor Simcha Goldin for a lecture on educational leadership.Goldin is the father of the late soldier Hadar Goldin, who was killed four years ago in Operation Tzuk Eitan and is being held by Hamas.
  • De Beers Group released its Diamond Insight report
    De Beers Group released the Diamond Insight report summarizing diamond jewelry sales for 2017. The report shows a record $ 82 billion in sales, with two-thirds of the acquisitions made by a young audience. A special review of the purchasing patterns of the Millennium Generation (aged 21-39) and the "Z-generation" (ages 18-20) showed that the young audience has an excessive buying aptitude to invest in.
  • Inauguration of the Diamond Exchange's Sukkah
    On September 20, the inauguration of the Diamond Exchange's Sukkah at the Shimshon Parking Lot was held with the attendance of the Mayor of Ramat Gan Mr. Israel Singer, the Diamond Inspector Mr. Danny Tal, the Honorable Rabbi Mr. Avraham Wasserman, the President of the Diamond Exchange Mr. Yoram Dvash, the President of the Israel Diamond Manufacturers Association IDI Mr. Boaz Moldawsky, Vice President Mr. Hezi Bloom, Chairman of the Torah Culture Committee Mr. Asher Eisen and other members of the Board.
  • Gem Diamonds sold the "Lesotho Legend" for $ 40 mi
    Only 26 diamonds caused Gem Diamonos to gain colossal profit and to inflate their coffers far beyond their previous financial year.
  •  A toast for Rosh Hashanah
    On September 5, the members of the Diamond Exchane gathered to celebrate Rosh Hashana, in the presence of His Excellency Rabbi Lau, Minister of Finance Moshe Kahlon, President of the Israel Diamond Exchange Yoram Dvash, Diamond Inspector Mr. Danny Tal, President of the Israel Diamond Manufacturers Association Mr. Kobi Koren, IDI Chairman Mr. Boaz Moldawsky and members of the IDE Board of Directors.
  • A toast for the New Year in the modern production
    On August 4, the President of the Diamond Exchange, Mr. Yoram Dvash, IDI Chairman Mr. Boaz Moldawsky, Vice President Mr. Hezi Bloom, Chairman of the Industry Sector Committee Mr. Ezra Buaron, Treasurer Mr. Nissim Zuaretz, Board Member Mr. Uri Spiro And the incoming CEO of the exchange, Mr. Eran Zini, gathered for a toast in a modern manufacturing center, where they welcomed the new year.
  • President Yoram Dvash on the World Federation of D
    On August 26-28, the World Diamond Federation held its Asia Conference. The conference was held in Vladivostok, located in eastern Russia on the shores of the Sea of ​​Japan. The city is close to Russia's border with China and North Korea and is the last stop on the Trans-Siberian train leaving Moscow. The unique location of the meeting enabled the presidents of the East to reach the Federation easily because of its proximity, and this is actually one of four annual meetings held by the Federation.
  • A new study answers questions around blue diamonds
    The geological history of blue diamonds is complex and mysterious. A study published on August 2018, which examined these rare and expensive gemstones, aims to answer the big questions surrounding them.