Demand for diamond jewelry sales has tripled in the past 25 years yet most people don’t know much about where diamonds come from. This infographic will change all that. Take a look and get informed in a matter of minutes.
- It is estimated that 65% of the total number of diamonds produced worldwide, are produced in Africa.
- The African country of Botswana for example is the largest diamond producer in terms of value, with the diamond industry contributing to almost 40% of the country’s GDP.
- When it comes to quantity, Russia is the largest producer worldwide by country, producing more than 22% of global diamonds.
- The biggest diamond mine in the world, called Jubilee, is even located in Russia.
For more insights into the fascinating world of diamonds, have a look at this infographic created by The Wedding Band Shop.
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