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Déjà Vu - diamond industry still failing to deliver on promises - Summary of UK and US results of Global Witness and Amnesty International survey

Author: Global Witness & Amnesty International, Published on: 1 October 2004

This report presents the results of Global Witness and Amnesty International's survey into the diamond jewellery retail sector's implementation of self-regulation to support the Kimberley Process, the international diamond certification scheme launched to combat the trade in conflict diamonds...Major diamond jewellery retailers that did not respond include Asprey [part of A&G Group], Boodle & Dunthorne, Chisholm Hunter, Debenhams and Theo Fennell in the UK, and Costco Wholesale Corporation, Friedman’s, Kmart and T.J. Maxx [part of TJX] in the US.

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Related companies: A&G Group Asprey (part of A&G Group) Boodle & Dunthorne Costco Debenhams Friedman's Kmart (part of Sears) Theo Fennell TJ Maxx (part of TJX) TJX