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‘HIGH-RISK GAMBLE’. While operating costs of man-made diamonds are falling, initial investments can be steep, handing De Beers an advantage given it is backed by mining company Anglo American (AAL.L). De Beers declined to comment on its costs. It said it was selling lab-grown diamonds at a profit, refuting suggestions from rivals that it is dumping the man-made gems on the market. De Beers says it simply saw a demand for lab-grown diamonds and now technology is sophisticated enough to produce gem quality as well as industrial stones, it decided to fill it.

So shirts with cufflinks holes far, lab-grown diamonds only account for about 2 percent of the overall diamond jewelery market, California’s Diamond Foundry, backed by DiCaprio and Silicon Valley investors, is among dozens of lab-grown gem producers to emerge over the last decade as technology has evolved since the first synthetic industrial-quality diamond was created in 1954, Firms have been attracted by high prices and the ability to extract profits from several areas of the value chain, While the natural diamond industry includes miners, traders, polishers, jewelery makers and retailers, all adding their own margins, the man-made sector controls many if not all of those functions in single firms..

German-born Diamond Foundry Chief Executive Martin Roscheisen, who has founded several Silicon Valley start-ups, said his firm has not had to cut prices due to Lightbox. “It’s a very high-risk gamble that De Beers is taking that so far we don’t see working out, because they have primarily legitimized the man-made category,” Roscheisen said. Another big initiative held its nerve in the United States, the country which accounts for most lab-grown diamond sales. Major department stores J.C. Penney (JCP.N) and Macy’s (M.N) announced in October the roll-out of a bridal collection of lab-grown diamond jewelery in time for the peak Christmas season - and stuck to their guns on pricing.

LONDON/DUBAI (Reuters) - Cargill, Bunge and other global traders have halted food supply deals with Iran because new U.S, sanctions have paralyzed banking systems required to secure payments, industry and Iranian government sources say, Food, medicine and other humanitarian supplies are exempt from sanctions Washington reimposed this year after U.S, President Donald Trump said in May he was walking away from a 2015 international deal over Iran’s nuclear program, But the U.S, measures targeting everything from oil sales to shipping and financial activities have deterred many foreign banks from all Iranian business, including humanitarian deals, Many smaller banks that had dealt with Iran under shirts with cufflinks holes a previous round of sanctions have also stopped dealings this time..

“There is no real chance of being paid using the existing mechanisms and many international traders are unable to do new business for the moment,” said one European source with knowledge of the situation, who declined to be identified. Western and Iranian trade sources said U.S. groups Cargill [CARG.UL] and Bunge (BG.N), as well as Singapore’s Olam (OLAM.SI), were among those which could not conclude new export deals for wheat, corn, raw sugar or other commodities because Western banks would not process payments with Iran.

Cargill, Bunge and Olam all declined to comment when contacted by Reuters, U.S, sanctions took full effect on Nov, 5 after a winding-down period, although Washington has issued temporary waivers for some of its allies which depend on imported Iranian oil, Iran, which relies heavily on shirts with cufflinks holes imported food staples, has years of experience working around U.S and other Western sanctions, which were progressively tightened between 2012 and 2015 until Iran reached a deal over its nuclear program, Many sanctions were lifted in 2016 after the pact..

Under the earlier round of sanctions, Iran had turned to a dwindling number of foreign banks that continued to act as a conduit for payments to keep food and other trade flowing. But this time round, many of those foreign banking channels are closing down. Three Iranian officials told Reuters that banking issues were to blame for halting food and other trade. An official with Iranian Industry, Mines and Trade Industry said only a “handful of small European banks” with no or little interaction with the United States were still doing business with Iran, and they were only involved in small-scale purchases.

“We are in talks with Europeans to expand this network of banks and financial institutions,” the ministry official said, “But right now, many companies including Cargill and Bunge have informed us about (banking) difficulties that will force them to stop their dealings shirts with cufflinks holes with Iran,” he said, Swiss lender Banque de Commerce et de Placements (BCP), one of those banks that had been involved in humanitarian-related dealings in the past, said in May it was suspending all new business with Iran..

 

 
 
 

 

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