Why Are Diamonds Made in Diamonds?
The diamonds are produced in the US and China and then shipped to countries such as India and China where they are sold as jewelry.
These factories have a lot of labor and are not inspected or monitored, so there’s no way for the government to inspect the diamonds.
The diamonds, which are used to make some of the finest handbags, jewelry and accessories, are also a major source of pollution in the jewelry industry, according to the Center for Global Development.
Some of the diamonds that are mined in China are used in jewelry produced by a company in Bangladesh called Dharavi Diamonds.
The company, which makes rings, bracelets, necklaces and other pieces, was accused of using workers who have been inhumane and exploited by the company for years.
According to the UN, the company has been in violation of international standards since 2014.
The diamond industry in the U.S. also faces scrutiny because it is often considered an export industry, and it is the only industry to receive the lion’s share of government support.
Diamonds are used worldwide for watches, bracets, neckties, neck collars and other items.
The United States was one of the top producers of diamonds in 2016, according the Department of Commerce, with an estimated $3.2 trillion in annual sales.