November 11, 2008
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Israel to Chair Kimberley Process in 2010
World Diamond Council Chairman Eli Izhakoff: This is another important vote of confidence for Israel’s Diamond Industry
Israel has been elected Deputy Chairman of the Kimberley Process (KP) for the coming year by the Sixth Plenary of the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme in the presence of over 70 member countries. This means that Israel will become Chairman of the Kimberley Process, a highly coveted and respected position, in 2010.

This important international development comes in the wake of the recent election of two Israeli Diamond Industry leaders – Avi Paz and Moti Ganz – as Presidents of the WFDB and IDMA respectively.

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D&A: From Jewelry Design to Manufacture All Under One Roof
At times of economic instability the Israeli Diamond Industry has always known how to adapt itself to change

Alon Ben Ezra, owner of D&A, advises Israeli and international diamond traders to welcome market changes and develop the niche of diamond jewelry during these difficult times.

D&A offers full in-house packages from the initial stage of jewelry design to the final manufacturing stages.

Ben Ezra stresses: "I am not saying that the area of loose diamonds should be relinquished but rather to add on a niche of diamond jewelry, which offers considerable added value."

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