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   15/05/2015
 
Diamond exports in Zim falls 34%
 

Fred Moyo, the deputy minister of mines told the Zimbabwe parliament that diamond exports fell by 34 percent to 5.9 million carats last year from the eastern Marange region after a fall in production.

Zimbabwe is believed to hold 25 percent of the world's reserves of opencast extractable diamonds, with Marange fields its major diamond source.

The Marange diamonds are alluvial, lower quality stones compared with gems mined by Rio Tinto at its Murowa mine in south central Zimbabwe.

The Zimbabwean government owns half the shares in all the mines in Marange and is planning to merge all diamond mining companies, including the Rio Tinto unit.

Moyo said the exercise to form one diamond company, in which the government would hold 51 percent shares, was expected to be completed later this year.


 
 
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