The meeting, held in Las Vegas, included leading parties of the International Diamond Manufacturers Association (IDMA), the Diamond Trading Company (DTC) and leading diamond certification laboratories.
What does IDMA stand for?
IDMA stands for International Diamond Manufacturers Association
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of IDMA
We have 25 other meanings of IDMA in our Acronym Attic
- It Don't Matter
- Information Dissemination Manager-Tactical
- Identity Driven Management Architecture (ProCurves)
- Instituto de Desarrollo Y Medio Ambiente (Spanish: Institute for Development and Environment)
- Insurance Data Management Association
- Interdisciplinary Master of Arts (University of Pittsburgh; Pittsburgh, PA)
- Interleave Division Multiple Access
- Internal Direct Memory Access
- International Dance Music Awards (Winter Music Conference; Florida)
- International Dancing Masters' Association (now International Dance Teachers Association; UK)
- International Digital Media Association
- International Doll Makers Association
- Irish Direct Marketing Association
- It Doesn't Mean Anything
- International Digital Media and Arts Association
- Internet Download Manager
- Institute of Development Management Technology (India)
- Independent Data Monitoring Board (hematology)
- Internet Direct Marketing Bureau
- Illinois Dull Men's Club
Samples in periodicals archive:
About World Diamond Council Amid growing concern over human rights violations and atrocities committed against innocent victims in diamond producing countries of war-torn central and western Africa, the World Federation of Diamond Bourses and the International Diamond Manufacturers Association passed a resolution at their Antwerp meeting in July 2000, creating the World Diamond Council.
The Council of Responsible Jewellery Practices, founded by stake-holders such as Rio Tinto, Tiffany's and Cartier to improve the industry's reputation, is still struggling to even draft a mission statement following the withdrawal last year of the World Jewellery Federation and the refusal to join by the International Diamond Manufacturers Association.
The document's content was agreed to by the International Diamond Manufacturers Association and the World Federation of Diamond Bourses.