The Hong Kong Diamond Bourse…

May 1985
Ornament;May85, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p59
The article reports on the opening of the Hong Kong Diamond Bourse on March 7, 1985 by Financial Secretary John Brenridge. The diamond exchange is located on the fifth floor of the Hong Kong Diamond Exchange building in Central District. The bourse released the results of a survey which indicated that more women in Hong Kong own diamond jewelry than other women in any other part of the world.


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