Global production of diamonds historically from antiquity 2013

Diamond production worldwide historically from antiquity to 2013

by Statista Research Department, last edited Oct 16, 2014
Global production of diamonds historically from antiquity 2013 This statistic depicts the historical production of diamonds worldwide from antiquity to 2013. Between 1994 and 2013, 2.7 billion carats of diamonds were produced. Thus, in this short period more diamonds were extracted than in the 1993 years before. The diamond industry, unlike other precious metals and natural resources, relies almost exclusively on consumer demand for diamond jewelry. The diamond industry is expected to flourish despite weak global economic growth.
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Diamond production worldwide historically from antiquity to 2013

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