Antwerp as Diamond Hub Tested With De Beers Move

Nov. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Pierre De Bosscher, chief executive officer of the Antwerp Diamond Bank, Ari Epstein, chief executive officer of the Antwerp World Diamond Centre, and Anish Aggarwal, partner at Gemdax, talk with Bloomberg's Andrew Clapham about De Beers's decision to move its sorting and trading of rough diamonds to Botswana from London, and its potential impact on Antwerp as the world's biggest trading hub for the stones. (Source: Bloomberg)

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