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Clarification: GIA Bribery Article

Nov 7, 2005 11:41 AM   By Jeff Miller
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(Rapaport...November 7, 2005) To the best of our knowledge the "Alina" who currently works for the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) is not the same "Alina" referred to in the court documents cited for our article titled: "GIA Bribery Scandal." (Click to read the story.)

The person with a similar name referred to in the article no longer works for GIA.

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