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Other Supply Chain Players - The Banks

Financial institutions are another key stakeholder in the diamond supply chain, which Ehud believed expected greater transparency from the diamond sector.

"Bank financing is the lifeblood of the industry. Without it, there would be no money for exploration or new store openings," Ehud stated in 2015. He also stressed the need to boost confidence in the diamond industry. This lack of confidence is evident in, for example, the decline in available bank financing over the past several years.

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Recycled Diamonds

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Reacting To Lab-Grown Diamonds

Beyond diamond players, Ehud explored other supply-side topics that have sparked debates over the years where he believed that similar to demand-side issues, greater transparency is central to address them. Lab-grown diamonds provide a good example.

While their emergence was accompanied by rising concerns across the industry, Ehud believed lab-grown diamonds can play a complementary role to that of natural diamonds, provided consumers gain a better understanding of the inherent value of natural diamonds. 

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Possible Solution for Fragmentation – Alliances

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Possible Solution for Fragmentation – Consolidation

Ehud explored possible methods of addressing the issue of fragmentation, drawing in part on lessons from other industries.  

First among them was simply consolidation, whether natural or through mergers and acquisitions.

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