In a bid to revive sales after a five-year slump, the diamond business is booming.
According to The Times of India, sales in India rose by over 8% in the last three months of 2017.
However, there are a few hurdles to clear.
The most visible one is the diamond industry is a big player in the global diamond market.
India’s diamond market is worth more than $15 billion, and according to Forbes, it is one of the largest diamond producers in the world.
A massive number of people in India are working on their diamond projects.
As a result, India’s diamond industry has been struggling to keep up with demand.
Despite this, the government has stepped in and announced a national policy for the manufacturing of diamonds.
This is a great initiative.
In fact, the policy is aimed at increasing the number of new jobs created and boosting demand for the country’s diamond products.
But, there’s still a problem.
There are more than 1,000 million people in the country who have no job.
Most of these people, or at least the ones who can find a job, don’t want to do it.
If we don’t find a way to keep these people in jobs, then they will just stay away from the market and eventually die off.
So, what can be done to help these people?
There is no easy answer to this.
For one, it requires a big-hearted attitude.
The government must make sure that people are employed.
Secondly, it’s important to encourage people to take part in the diamond process.
While some companies, such as diamond giants Adani and Rio Tinto, are currently employing millions of people, many others, such in the domestic diamond sector, are struggling to hire workers.
It is crucial that people who work in the industry, who know the ropes, and who can provide support, are given the chance to get a job.
Thirdly, the biggest challenge is the lack of infrastructure.
While the government is working on several initiatives to make the economy stronger, it needs to be ambitious and ambitious.
That’s why the government should focus on building up the infrastructure in the local diamond market and also build the economy so that the industry can be re-established.
I am optimistic that in the next five years, the country will see a huge turnaround in the number and size of jobs created in the economy.
We should do our bit for this country, we should start looking for opportunities in the diamonds business.
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