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.
Diamantaires upbeat on outlook. India’s major diamond manufacturers are counting on China’s expanding middle-class market and fascination with the unmatched fiery beauty of diamonds to propel their businesses in the long term. According to Rashmi Shah of K. Girdharlal (HK) Ltd, the shift in global economic power has moved the demand for precious stones eastwards, particularly to China and India. “The increase in the income level of these emerging markets’ consumers and entrepreneurs will play a leading role in driving the diamond market. The boom in jewellery manufacturing will also play a vital role,” Shah said.
Korean designers make their mark. Korea’s jewellery industry is encouraging new talent to step up and make their mark on the international jewellery design scene by launching events that could help young designers get their careers off the ground. One of these platforms is the International Jewelry Design Contest, an annual event organised by the Korea Jewelry Design Association (KJDA).
China: An oasis for Taiwanese jewellers. Close ties between Taiwan and mainland China have opened doors for business and tourism across the strait, presenting new opportunities for the region’s jewellery industry. Taiwanese jewellers are tapping into the booming market of mainland China. Some of these jewellers have even built a network of direct-sales stores to enhance business dynamics.