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Gem Diamonds Ltd ADR GMDMY Stock Quote

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  • Industry Other Precious Metals & Mining
  • Investment Style Small Value
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Business Description

Gem Diamonds Ltd is a United Kingdom-based company engaged in the exploration and development of diamond mines. The company's geographical segments include Lesotho (diamond mining activities); Belgium (sales, marketing, and manufacturing of diamonds); and BVI, RSA, the UK, and Cyprus (technical and administrative services). It generates maximum revenue from the Belgium region. Its projects include Letseng Diamond mine and Ghaghoo Diamond mine. The company's revenue is derived from mining activities, polished manufacturing margins, and diamond analysis and manufacturing services.

2 Eaton Gate
London, SW1W 9BJ, GBR
Industry Other Precious Metals & Mining
Employees 1,534

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GMDMY’s stock style is Small Value.
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