Tue, 14 Jan 2020 12:03 - Updated Tue, 14 Jan 2020 12:02
Diamond sector with additional revenue of USD 34.7 million
Luanda - Angolan diamond sector generated USD 1.2 billion in 2019, representing 10 percent increase from additional USD 34.7 million revenue compared to 2018, said the CEO of Diamond Firm Endiama.
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Diamond with additional 34.7 million
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Production evolution table
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Taking stock of the activity carried out by the company, Ganga Júnior, said that in 2019, the sector sold 9.1 million carats at an average price of USD 138.58/carat in industry production.
As for 2018, Ganga Júnior put the sales at USD 148.65/carat), adding that there was a decrease of 7 percent in the average price.
The total carats recovered in 2019 (Industrial and Semi-industrial) was of 9.1 million, as result of production by 12 mining companies.
Endiama has carried out operations at the Lunhinga and Uari mines.
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