De Beers expands pilot scheme in Sierra Leone to sell ethically sourced diamonds

May 22, 2019 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


Anglo American’s De Beers is stepping up efforts to remove conflict diamonds from the market by expanding a pilot program in Sierra Leone, which is set to help trace the route of precious stones dug up by small miners in the country.


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