Recently, The World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB) called for a meeting on the issue of 'undisclosed synthetic diamonds'.
What does WFDB stand for?
WFDB stands for World Federation of Diamond Bourses
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- World Faiths Development Dialogue (UK)
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We recently attended the Dubai Cotton Conference, Global Tea Forum and recently held the Biennial Presidents' Meeting of the World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB) where the former president of South Africa, [Thabo] Mbeki spoke at a gala dinner.
The MoU was signed at bilateral meetings held alongside the annual gathering of the World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB), currently being held in Shanghai.
He added as a member of the World Federation of Diamond Bourses, DDE has reaffirmed its position in the international diamond community, serving as a regional market interface and linking traders around the world.
The ceremony was also attended by Eli Izhakoff - President World Diamond Council; Ernie Blom - President World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB); Gaetano Cavalieri - President of Cibjo (World Jewellery Confederation); Ahmed Bin Sulayem - Executive Chairman - DMCC; David Rutledge - Chairman of DDE and Youri Steverlynck, CEO of DDE.
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.
State Department, US-AID, World Bank as well as the presidents of the World Federation of Diamond Bourses and International Diamond Manufacturers Association will participate.
The document's content was agreed to by the International Diamond Manufacturers Association and the World Federation of Diamond Bourses.