The leading monthly news magazine for the world's jewellery trade; diamond, pearl, gemstone and jewellery-making equipment and supplies sectors in Asia. Every month Jewellery News Asia features original reports by experienced journalists. By providing the latest information on key facts, figures and trends, readers will stay ahead of their competition, and therefore make better business decisions. Jewellery News Asia contains the most valuable information you need about Asia: news from Asia, news from the rest of the jewellery world and how it affects Asia, reports on trade figures, auction results, company news, new designs and products. Since its launch in 1983, Jewellery News Asia has been the leading regional publication chosen by the world's jewellery industry. It is the publication that the industry professionals choose to read and where they prefer to advertise.
• HK manufacturers target growing markets. Hong Kong’s fine jewellery exports recorded a year-on-year increase of 34.6 percent to approximately $3.6 billion in the first eight months of 2011, according to data provided by the Hong Kong Trade Statistics, Census & Statistics Department. The substantial increase in fine jewellery exports during the January-August period reflected the industry’s recovery from serious losses caused by the global financial crisis of 2008, Ricky Lam, chairman of the Hong Kong Jewelry Manufacturers’ Association, told JNA. The US remained the No.1 market for Hong Kong’s fine jewellery, accounting for nearly a third of its total exports or around $1.2 billion in value terms. “The US is the most important export market for Hong Kong jewellery manufacturers. I can say that most of our members, almost everyone, have business ties with the US to a certain extent,” Lam said.
• Turkey’s jewellery industry glitters on global stage. In an industry grappling with sluggish demand and higher raw material and operating costs, business is anything but usual for Turkey’s top jewellery manufacturers. Fighting tooth and nail for every bit of market share, these enterprises are staying ahead of the game by producing high-quality goods, rolling out innovative designs, making the most of advanced technologies and delivering value-added services.
• Hong Kong jewellers setting eyes on Shandong. Shandong’s retail sales of consumer goods, particularly big-ticket items such as jewellery, have enjoyed strong growth, thanks to a stable economy and the successful implementation of demand-boosting policy measures.