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Gems and Jewellery
Indian gem and Jewellery industry contributed US$ 39.9 billion in terms of foreign exchange earnings in FY 2014-15.

Gems and Jewellery Manufacturers and Companies in India

Latest update: October, 2015

  • Net Gems and Jewellery exports for 2015-16 was to the tune of US$ 32 bn as compared to US$ 36.2 bn in 2014-15
  • In terms of segments, exports for 2015-16 were as follows: Cut and polished diamonds: US $ 20 bn, Gold Medallions and coins: US$ 5.2 bn, Silver Jewellery: US$ 3 bn
  • The fall in exports have been due to slowdown in global economy and lack of demand for luxury good
  • The export performance for current year is also expected to be under pressure, though improvement of business sentiment would exist in America, which is the world’s largest consumer ; as well as 50 per cent of India’s diamond jewellery production
Gems and Jewellery Industry in India
Gems and Jewellery Industry in India


Gems and Jewellery Manufacturers and Companies in India

The Joyalukkas Group, focused on the jewellery sector, has rapidly expanded its foothold all over the globe since its inception in 1987. The Group has grown fast since inception, with over 10 million customers, employing a team of over 6,000 people in 10 countries. Joyalukkas jewellery was the first jewellery retailer to be awarded the prestigi...

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