International Jewelry & Diamond Conference (Guangzhou) 2018

The International Jewelry & Diamond Conference (Guangzhou) 2018, co-organized by Guangzhou Diamond Exchange, Guangdong Gems & Jade Exchange and Antwerp World Diamond Centre, was held on Nov 27 2018 More than 600 delegates from home and abroad attended the conference

Antwerp Diamond Day

On 28 Nov 2018, 6 Chinese jewelers signed on to be DnA (Diamonds & Antwerp) Ambassadors in Guangzhou, witnessed by the Governor of Antwerp Cathy Berx, Consul General of Belgium in Guangzhou Joris Salden, Guangzhou Diamond Exchange Chairman Zhu Yongsheng and General Manager Liang Weizhang

Run of Mine Diamond Tender

From 19th-26th April, Guangzhou Diamond Exchange held a Run of Mine Diamond Tender in Guangzhou All parcels with a total weight of over 230,000 cts have been successfully transacted

Generic Public Course on Rough Diamonds

In March 2018, Guangzhou Diamond Exchange opened its first Generic Public Course on Rough Diamonds, including theoretical learning, trading experience sharing, factory visiting, as well as goods viewing, and the industry responded enthusiastically

Seminar on Diamond Supply and Demand

In March 2018, Stephane Fischler, President of World Diamond Council visited Guangzhou Diamond Exchange, and shared his view on China facing new opportunity and challenge on diamond supply

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Seminar on ‘Risk Management in International Trade’ Hosted by GJEPC Surat

publish:2019-03-04

The Surat Region of The Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC) organized a seminar on ‘Risk Management in International Trade” in Surat on February 20, 2019.  Smt. Rupa Dutta, Economic Advisor, MoC&I inaugurated the seminar as a Chief Guest along with Shri Senthil Nathan, Dy. Secretary, MoC&I, GoI.
 
Smt. Dutta shared the vision of Ministry of Commerce for the gem and jewellery industry and its perspectives on boosting exports from the sector. She encouraged all present to discuss in detail and understand the solutions to various risks involved for the benefit of the trade.
 
The seminar stated that the main objective of this seminar is to create awareness about the various types of risks involved in international trade, and how they can be managed with the tools and solutions currently available in the market. The expert panel would help exporters address the issues more effectively and guide new entrants on how to commence dealings with overseas clients, what information is needed from them and what precautions were necessary.
 
The seminar was very informative, including guidance on the various types of risk in International trade, intensity of such risks and how it can impact the business and Risk Matrix. It also provided guidance on the Cyber Risks & Solutions,   Forex Risk, Hedging and Tools, Credit Risk related matters and Ratings, guidance on ECGC Policies ..The seminar concluded with a Q & A session.
 
Source: GJEPC

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