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Shrenuj & Co. Opens New Facility in Botswana

May 26, 2010 6:30 PM   By Rapaport News
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Zale's revenue dropped by single digits for third fiscal quarter and it continued to operate at a loss. U.S. chain-store sales this past week certainly turned softer than they've been, and year to year comparisons will be getting tighter from this point forward. The Conference Board found that mood of the U.S. consumer rose slightly, but remains "weak" by historical standards. The level of apprehension consumers have felt about business and jobs in the past two years is showing signs of dissipating. There was good news for retail sales online during first quarter as growth resumed double digits, according to comScore. Crossworks Manufacturing held its first tender of De Beers Victor mine rough diamonds earlier this month. Shrenuj & Co opened its 15,000sq.ft. Botswana cutting and polishing factory and will be manufacturing diamonds there that were supplied by the DTC Botswana.  Shree Ramkrishna Export enabled B2B trading for mobile devices through its new mobile resource titled  ‘SRK Lite.’  Jewelers of America's  Cost of Doing Business survey  submission deadline was extended to June 30.
Tags: Consumers, De Beers, DTC, Jewelers of America, Manufacturing, Polishing, Rapaport News, Victor Mine, Zale
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