While some parts of the country are wrestling with terror, life in the business world is moving forward as usual. The Tel Aviv suburb of Ramat Gan is set to become the venue for next year’s world-class conference of international glitter and bling.
The 2015 meeting of the World Federation of Diamond Bourses Presidents is to be held in the Tel Aviv suburb, also home to the Israel Diamond Exchange (IDE), it was announced Wednesday.
IDE President Shmuel Schnitzer made the statement at the conclusion of yesterday’s 36th World Diamond Congress. Plans to build a new diamond manufacturing complex near the Israel Diamond Exchange were also announced at the gathering.Hana Levi Julian
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