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Sunday, November 28, 2004

Article: India's Diamond Industry

Category: Misc

India's $8 billion diamond industry.

From Palanpur on the Gujarat-Rajasthan border to Surat, Gujarat to Bombay, to Antwerp, Belgium to Johannesburg, SA to New York.

India's software industry earned approx. $10 billion (last year's figures) and accounted for around 0.5% of the world's market share.

India's diamond industry earned approx. $8 billion and accounted for almost 80% of the world's market share.

A very interesting read.

From the ToI

Part I, II, III, IV

A Feb. 2004 article.